The Denver model for groupware design

@inproceedings{Salvador1996TheDM,
  title={The Denver model for groupware design},
  author={Tony Salvador and Jean Scholtz and James Larson},
  booktitle={SGCH},
  year={1996}
}
The Denver Model is offered as a framework with which to plan or evaluate the capabilities associated with a particular groupware application. This model was the output of 14 participants at the two day workshop on Designing and Evaluating Groupware, held at CHI'95, Denver Colorado. The Denver Model consists of three submodels: goals and requirements, design and technology. A description of the framework is provided and evaluation strategies are described in this paper. 
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