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USING SLACK FOR SYNCHRONOUS AND ASYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATION IN A GLOBAL DESIGN PROJECT

@inproceedings{White2017USINGSF,
  title={USING SLACK FOR SYNCHRONOUS AND ASYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATION IN A GLOBAL DESIGN PROJECT},
  author={Kim White and Hilary J. Grierson and Andrew J. Wodehouse},
  year={2017}
}
Innovations in technology and the growth of the global economy are changing the way companies work. With an increasing number of workers distributed across the world, the communication tools teams have traditionally used are transforming to suit these changes [1]. Design educators are aware of these changes and design students are responding by using communication tools familiar to them. This paper examines the use of the increasingly popular cloud-based team collaboration tool, Slack [2] in… 

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