Providing artifact awareness to a distributed group through screen sharing

@inproceedings{Tee2006ProvidingAA,
  title={Providing artifact awareness to a distributed group through screen sharing},
  author={Kimberly Tee and Saul Greenberg and Carl Gutwin},
  booktitle={CSCW},
  year={2006}
}
Despite the availability of awareness servers and casual interaction systems, distributed groups still cannot maintain artifact awareness -- the easy awareness of the documents, objects, and tools that other people are using -- that is a natural part of co-located work environments. To address this deficiency, we designed an awareness tool that uses screen sharing to provide information about other people's artifacts. People see others' screens in miniature at the edge of their display, can… CONTINUE READING
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