The augmented knowledge workshop

@inproceedings{Engelbart1973TheAK,
  title={The augmented knowledge workshop},
  author={Douglas C. Engelbart and Richard William Watson and James C. Norton},
  booktitle={AFIPS National Computer Conference},
  year={1973}
}
This paper discusses the theme of augmenting a knowledge workshop. The first part of the paper describes the concept and framework of the knowledge workshop. The second part describes aspects of a prototype knowledge workshop being developed within this framework. 

The augmented knowledge workshop

This paper discusses the theme of augmenting a knowledge workshop by describing the concept and framework of the knowledge workshop and aspects of a prototype knowledge workshop being developed within this framework.

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