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Design for Collaboration Brian Bailey
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Announcements HW 3 due Evaluation results due Posters Final exam
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Recap of last time Knowing statistics enables analysis of interaction and self-report data data drives a large part of design makes you more valuable Know what tests are available, how to run them, and how to interpret know Type I and Type II error and power
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Recap of Course Covered UI design process end-to-end you know a lot, but there is more to learn! In industry, you will deepen your knowledge of one part of UI design becoming a T-shaped person Methods practiced will reflect culture of workplace and your own experience
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Today’s Lecture Consider interaction designs for groups, communities, and mass participation introduces new challenges (e.g. reward structures) Form core of the field of CSCW discuss fundamental design concepts Present and discuss several case studies
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CSCW Examines the social and collaborative aspects of groups, how technology can help, and its effects on group behavior founded in 1984 by Cashman and Grief Evolved from failures of early office automation systems in early 1980s
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Design Context Individual Group Community Organization Sociology Economics Anthropology Psychology Adapted from Jonathan Grudin. Groupware and social dynamics: eight challenges for developers. CACM 37, 1 1994, 92-105.
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Groupware Supports users with common goals Provides an interface to a shared task environment
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PLATO Notes (1973) http://www.computerhistory.org/revolution/the-web/20/377/2154
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Groupware Examples Wikis Conferencing Email and chat Large displays Co-authoring features (track, annotate) Group calendars Workflow systems
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Why Its Different Single-user design emphasizes the interaction with the system Groupware emphasizes the mediation of interaction between users
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Groupware Matrix Synchronous (same time) Asynchronous (different time) Same place Face to face interaction Ongoing local tasks Different place Remote interaction Communication and coordination
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Perspectives Architecture Process Participation Outcomes
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2012 for the course CS 465 taught by Professor Karahalios,k during the Fall '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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