Rethinking Laboratory Notebooks

@inproceedings{Klokmose2010RethinkingLN,
  title={Rethinking Laboratory Notebooks},
  author={Clemens Nylandsted Klokmose and P{\"a}r-Ola Zander},
  booktitle={COOP},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract We take digitalization of laboratory work practice as a challenging design domain to explore. There are obvious drawbacks with the use of paper instead of ICT in the collaborative writing that takes place in laboratory notebooks; yet paper persist in being the most common solution. The ultimate aim with our study is to produce design relevant knowledge that can envisage an ICT solution that keeps as many advantages of paper as possible, but with the strength of electronic laboratory… CONTINUE READING

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