S-FIT: a technique for integrating social features in existing information systems

@inproceedings{Lyons2012SFITAT,
  title={S-FIT: a technique for integrating social features in existing information systems},
  author={Kelly A. Lyons and Lysanne Lessard},
  booktitle={iConference},
  year={2012}
}
There has been much interest in the design of social websites and an increasing use of social tools for group work in organizations. Recommendations and design guidelines have been developed that guide designers in building certain aspects of social network and social media sites from scratch. However, there has been little investigation into transforming existing information systems into socially-oriented ones. We address this gap by first identifying the key features of socially-oriented… CONTINUE READING

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