Groupware: Design, Implementation, and Use [electronic resource] : 10th International Workshop, CRIWG 2004, San Carlos, Costa Rica, September 5-9, 2004. Proceedings / edited by Gert-Jan Vreede, Luis A. Guerrero, Gabriela Marín Raventós.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 3198Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2004Description: XII, 384 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540301127Subject(s): Computer science | Computer Communication Networks | Multimedia systems | Education | Computer Science | User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction | Multimedia Information Systems | Computers and Society | Computers and Education | 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
Key Note -- On Theory-Driven Design of Collaboration Technology and Process -- Knowledge Management -- Divergence Occurrences in Knowledge Sharing Communities -- On the Convergence of Knowledge Management and Groupware -- Applying Group Storytelling in Knowledge Management -- Ranking the Web Collaboratively and Categorising It to Produce Digital Collections -- Understanding and Supporting Knowledge Flows in a Community of Software Developers -- Awareness -- A Framework for Asynchronous Change Awareness in Collaboratively-Constructed Documents -- Increasing Awareness in Distributed Software Development Workspaces -- Ariane: An Awareness Mechanism for Shared Databases -- Design of Awareness Interface for Distributed Teams in Display-Rich Advanced Collaboration Environments -- Support for Collaboration Processes -- Combining Communication and Coordination Toward Articulation of Collaborative Activities -- ThinkLets as Building Blocks for Collaboration Processes: A Further Conceptualization -- Bridging the Gap Between Decisions and Their Implementations -- CreEx: A Framework for Creativity in Cooperative Problem Solving -- Collaboration Applications -- SaGISC: A Geo-Collaborative System -- Blind to Sighted Children Interaction Through Collaborative Environments -- Implementing Stick-Ons for Spreadsheets -- Empirical Evaluation of Collaborative Support for Distributed Pair Programming -- Groupware Infrastructure -- Communicating Design Knowledge with Groupware Technology Patterns -- Adaptable Shared Workspace to Support Multiple Collaboration Paradigms -- A Decoupled Architecture for Action-Oriented Coordination and Awareness Management in CSCL/W Frameworks -- Reusing Groupware Applications -- Distributed Dynamic-Locking in Real-Time Collaborative Editing Systems -- Computer Supported Collaborative Lerning -- A Model for a Collaborative Recommender System for Multimedia Learning Material -- An Integrated Approach for Analysing and Assessing the Performance of Virtual Learning Groups -- A Tailorable Collaborative Learning System That Combines OGSA Grid Services and IMS-LD Scripting -- A Model for CSCL Allowing Tailorability: Implementation in the “Electronic Schoolbag” Groupware -- Mobile Collaborative Work -- Representing Context for an Adaptative Awareness Mechanism -- Opportunistic Interaction in P2P Ubiquitous Environments -- Mobile Support for Collaborative Work.
This volume constitutes the proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Groupware (CRIWG 2004). The conference was held in San Carlos, Costa Rica, and followed the traditional CRIWG spirit: a relatively small number of attendees, lively discussions and participation during and between paper p- sentations, and a constructive and friendly environment, which promoted a high level of learning and collaboration. The previous nine CRIWG workshops were organized in Lisbon, 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), and Autrans, France (2003). This 10th anniversary CRIWG exempli?ed the continuing interest in the groupwareresearcharea.Groupwareresearchersfrom 14 di?erent countriess- mitted a total of 71 papers. Each of the 71 papers was reviewed by two to three members of an international Program Committee, using a double-blind revi- ing process. Reviewers were carefully matched to paper submissions as much as possible to ensure expert assessments of the submitted research while avo- ing potential con?icts of interest. Reviews were usually extensive and contained many constructive suggestions for improvement. Based on the reviewers’ rec- mendations 29 papers were ?nally accepted: 16 long papers presenting mature work,and13shortpapersdescribingworkinprogress.Theacceptedpaperswere grouped into seven themes that represent current pockets of interest in gro- wareresearch:knowledgemanagement,awareness,supportforcollaborationp- cesses,collaborativeapplications,groupwareinfrastructure,computer-supported collaborative learning, and mobile collaborative work.