Relationships and tasks in scientific research collaborations

@inproceedings{Kraut1986RelationshipsAT,
  title={Relationships and tasks in scientific research collaborations},
  author={Robert E. Kraut and Jolene Galegher and Carmen Egido},
  booktitle={CSCW '86},
  year={1986}
}
Most computer-based aids for researchers and other workers have had individuals rather than groups or teams as their beneficiaries. This is unfortunate, since much work in business, government, and academia is performed by groups of people. In this paper we examine research collaborations as a particularly informative example of group work and propose a model of research collaboration that should provide guidance to those developing technology to support collaborative work. The model is based… CONTINUE READING

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