e-Infrastructures: How Do We Know and Understand Them? Strategic Ethnography and the Biography of Artefacts

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In health research and services, and in many other domains, we note the emergence of large-scale information systems intended for long-term use with multiple users and uses. These e-infrastructures are becoming more widespread and pervasive and, by enabling effective sharing of information and coordination of activities between diverse, dispersed groups… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10606-010-9129-4

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@article{Pollock2010eInfrastructuresHD, title={e-Infrastructures: How Do We Know and Understand Them? Strategic Ethnography and the Biography of Artefacts}, author={Neil Pollock and Robin Williams}, journal={Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)}, year={2010}, volume={19}, pages={521-556} }