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CS147-2009-SocialSoftware

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stanford hci group http:// cs 147.stanford.edu Scott Klemmer Autumn 2009 Social Software
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What is CSCW? CSCW [is] a generic term, which combines the understanding of the way people work in groups with the enabling technologies of computer networking, and associated hardware, software, services and techniques. A.k.a. Groupware Source: Wikipedia
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CSCW Matrix Source: Wikipedia. Johansen, 1988 in Baecker, R.M.; Others, (1995). Readings in human-computer interaction: toward the year 2000. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers. We can begin by taking a look at the design space for computer-mediated cooperation. While most of the work in CSCW and social software has been in the lower-right quadrant, all four have potential for interesting apps.
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Why is CSCW design hard? Multiple users “Virtual” (not physical) presence The Network Virtual presence could be “Beyond Being There” Some distinguishing features of CSCW: asynchronous communication anonymous communication automatically archive of communication Source: Hollan, Jim and Stornetta, Scott. “Beyond Being There.” CHI 1992.
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Di ff erent time / di ff erent place Communication + Coordination Wiki Blogs Workflow Version Control Shared participation over time Geographically world wide Source: Wikipedia.
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Example: growth of di ff erent time / di ff erent place Wikipedia growth Source: Wikipedia.
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