Groupware: Design, Implementation, and Use [electronic resource] : 12th International Workshop, CRIWG 2006, Medina del Campo, Spain, September 17-21, 2006. Proceedings / edited by Yannis A. Dimitriadis, Ilze Zigurs, Eduardo Gómez-Sánchez.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 4154Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2006Description: XIV, 438 p. Also available online. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540395959Subject(s): Computer science | Computer Communication Networks | Education | Computer Science | User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction | Computers and Education | Computers and Society | Computer Communication NetworksAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 005.437 | 4.019 LOC classification: QA76.9.U83QA76.9.H85Online resources: Click here to access online
Collaborative Applications and Group Interaction -- Task Analysis Based Methodology for the Design of Face to Face Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Activities -- Group Creativity and Collaborative Technologies: Understanding the Role of Visual Anonymity -- InClass-RTD: Providing Support for Real-Time Threaded Discussions in the Classroom -- Technical and Environmental Challenges of Collaboration Engineering in Distributed Environments -- Monitoring and Analyzing Group Interactions in Asynchronous Discussions with the DIAS System -- Analyzing Shared Workspaces Design with Human-Performance Models -- Group Awareness -- Using Email-Based Network Analysis to Determine Awareness Foci -- Cooperation Indexes to Support Workspace Awareness -- Guidelines and Usability Principles to Design and Test Shared-Knowledge Awareness for a CSCL Interface -- Computer Supported Collaborative Learning -- The Remote Control Approach – How to Apply Scaffolds to Existing Collaborative Learning Environments -- Polyphonic Support for Collaborative Learning -- On Supporting Users’ Reflection During Small Groups Synchronous Collaboration -- Interaction Analysis for the Detection and Support of Participatory Roles in CSCL -- Languages and Tools Supporting Collaboration -- ORCHESTRA: Formalism to Express Mobile Cooperative Applications -- A Decentralized and Flexible Tool Supporting Extreme Programming Software Development -- The PoEML Proposal to Model Services in Educational Modeling Languages -- Groupware Development Frameworks and Toolkits -- A Framework Designed for Synchronous Groupware Applications in Heterogeneous Environments -- Implicit Plasticity Framework: A Client-Side Generic Framework for Collaborative Activities -- Supporting Mobile Collaboration with Service-Oriented Mobile Units -- SAGA: A Web Services Architecture for Groupware Applications -- Towards a P2P-Based Active e-Learning Space -- Understanding the Trade-Offs of Blending Collaboration Services in Support of Contextual Collaboration -- Collaborative Workspaces -- Leveraging the Linda Coordination Model for a Groupware Architecture Implementation -- Development of Groupware Based on the 3C Collaboration Model and Component Technology -- Ontoolcole: An Ontology for the Semantic Search of CSCL Services -- Web-Based Cooperative Environments -- CSCL, Anywhere and Anytime -- Web Management of Citizens’ Complaints and Suggestions -- Social Visualization Encouraging Participation in Online Communities -- Mobile Collaborative Work -- Analyzing the Roles of PDA in Meeting Scenarios -- Supporting the Management of Multiple Activities in Mobile Collaborative Working Environments -- Seamless Interaction Among Heterogeneous Devices in Support for Co-located Collaboration -- Collaborative Design -- Predicting User Interest Region for Collaborative Graphics Design Systems in Ubiquitous Environment -- A Conceptual and Methodological Framework for Modeling Interactive Groupware Applications -- Collaborative Design and Tailoring of Web Based Learning Environments in CURE.
This volume constitutes the proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on Groupware (CRIWG 2006). The conference was held in Medina del Campo, Spain. The historic and scenic venue provided an excellent environment to c- tinue the traditions of the workshop. The size of the conference was relatively small, the discussions were lively and constructive during and between sessions, and the level of collaboration was high both socially and in making new conn- tions for research ideas. ThepreviouselevenCRIWGworkshopswereheldinLisbon,Portugal(1995), Puerto Varas, Chile (1996), El Escorial, Spain (1997), Buzios, Brazil (1998), Cancun,Mexico (1999),Madeira,Portugal(2000),Darmstadt,Germany(2001), La Serena,Chile (2002),Autrans, France (2003),San Carlos,Costa Rica (2004), and Porto de Galinhas, Recife, Brazil (2005). This 12th CRIWG received a record number of submissions, attesting both to the continuing importance of groupware as a ?eld and the many interesting issues for research that surround it. Groupware researchers from 21 di?erent countries submitted a total of 99 papers. Each paper was double-blind reviewed by at least three membersof an internationallyknown ProgramCommittee s- plemented withadditionalreviewers. Weappreciatealltheir work. The Program Chairs performed a “meta review” of all the reviews, to ensure that each paper got the best and fairest chance in its assessment. Based on reviewer recomm- dations and the Program Chairs’ judgements, 34 papers were accepted, 21 of whichwerelongpapersrepresentingmaturework,and13shortpapersdescribing work in progress. The accepted papers were grouped into the following clusters: computer-supported collaborative learning, groupware development frameworks and toolkits, mobile collaborativework,collaborativeapplications and group - teraction, Web-based cooperative environments, collaborative workspaces, l- guages and tools supporting collaboration, group awareness, and collaborative design.