Using Web annotations for asynchronous collaboration around documents

@inproceedings{Cadiz2000UsingWA,
  title={Using Web annotations for asynchronous collaboration around documents},
  author={Jonathan J. Cadiz and Anoop Gupta and Jonathan Grudin},
  booktitle={CSCW},
  year={2000}
}
Digital web-accessible annotations are a compelling medium for personal comments and shared discussions around documents. Only recently supported by widely used products, "in-context" digital annotation is a relatively unexamined phenomenon. This paper presents a case study of annotations created by members of a large development team using Microsoft Office 2000-approximately 450 people created 9,000 shared annotations on about 1,250 documents over 10 months. We present quantitative data on use… CONTINUE READING
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