European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work

Proceedings of the 2007 Tenth European Conference on
Computer-Supported Cooperative Work

24-28 September 2007, Limerick, Ireland

General Chairs: Liam Bannon, University of Limerick, Ireland
Ina Wagner, Technical University of Vienna, Austria
Program Chairs: Richard Harper, Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK
Carl Gutwin, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Publisher: Springer

Frontmatter: pdf (98 KB)

Backmatter: pdf (author index) (35 KB)

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Table of Contents

Pages: 1-20

Michael Nunes, Saul Greenberg, Sheelagh Carpendale (University of Calgary, Canada) and Carl Gutwin (University of Saskatchewan, Canada)
Pages: 21-40

David Millen, Meng Yang (IBM Cambridge, MA, USA), Steven Whittaker (Sheffield University, UK), Jonathan Feinberg (IBM Cambridge, MA, USA)
Instrumental action: the timely exchange of implements during surgical operations (4,2 MB)
Pages: 41-60

Marcus Sanchez Svensson, Christian Heath and Paul Luff (Blekinge Insitute of Technology, Sweden and King's College London, UK)
Prior-to-request and request behaviors within elderly day care: Implications for developing service robots for use in multiparty settings (3,3 MB)
Pages: 61-78

Keiichi Yamazaki, Michie Kawashima (Department of Liberal Arts, Saitama University, Japan), Yoshinori Kuno, Naonori Akiya, Matthew Burdelski (Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Saitama University, Japan), Akiko Yamazaki (Department of Media Architecture, Future University-Hakodate, Japan), Hideaki Kuzuoka (Institute of Engineering Mechanics and Systems, University of Tsukuba, Japan)
Designing Family Photo Displays (13,8 MB)
Pages: 79-98

Alex S. Taylor (Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK), Laurel Swan (School of IS, Computing and Mathematics, Brunel University, UK), Abigail Durrant (Digital World Research Centre, University of Surrey, UK)
The Awareness Network: To Whom Should I Display My Actions? And, Whose Actions Should I Monitor? (322 KB)
Pages: 99-117

Cleidson R. B. de Souza (Faculdade de Computação, Universidade Federal do Pará, Brasil), David Redmiles (Department of Informatics, University of California, Irvine, USA)
"...and do it the usual way": fostering awareness of work conventions in document-mediated collaboration (375 KB)
Pages: 119-138

Federico Cabitza and Carla Simone (Università  degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, Italy)
A safe space to vent: Conciliation and conflict in distributed teams (289 KB)
Pages: 139-158

Matt Billings & Leon A. Watts (University of Bath, UK)
Semi-Synchronous Conflict Detection and Resolution in Asynchronous Software Development (526 KB)
Pages: 159-178

Prasun Dewan (University of North Carolina, US), Rajesh Hegde (Microsoft Research)
Tag-Based Metonymic Search in an Activity-Centric Aggregation Service (518 KB)
Pages: 179-198

Michael J. Muller, Werner Geyer, Beth Brownholtz, Casey Dugan, David R. Millen, and Eric Wilcox (IBM Research, US)
The Distributed Work of Local Action: Interaction amongst virtually collocated research teams (3,9 MB)
Pages: 199-218

Dylan Tutt, Jon Hindmarsh (Work, Interaction & Technology Research Centre, Dept. of Management, King's College London, UK), Muneeb Shaukat and Mike Fraser (Department of Computer Science, University of Bristol, UK)
Bringing Round-Robin Signature to Computer-Mediated Communication (618 KB)
Pages: 219-230

Takeshi Nishida (The University of Tokyo, Japan), Takeo Igarashi (The University of Tokyo / JST PRESTO, Japan)
Asymmetrical collaboration in print shop-customer relationships (1,1 MB)
Pages: 231-250

Jacki O'Neill, David Martin, Tommaso Colombino (Xerox Research Centre Europe, Grenoble, France), Jennifer Watts-Perotti, Mary Ann Sprague, Geoffrey Woolfe (Xerox Research Centre Webster, Rochester, USA)
Dressing up for School Work­Supporting a Collaborative Environment with Heterogeneous Technologies (61,7 MB)
Pages: 251-270

Christina Brodersen (Department of Computer Science, University of Aarhus, Denmark) & Ole Sejer Iversen (Department of Information & Media Studies, University of Aarhus, Denmark)
Exploring cooperation through a binder: A context for IT tools in elderly care at home (621 KB)
Pages: 271-290

Alexandra Petrakou (School of Communication and Design, University of Kalmar, Sweden)
Common Information Spaces along the illness trajectories of chronic patients (523 KB)
Pages: 291-310

Glenn Munkvold (Nord-Trøndelag University College, Department of Information Technology, Norway) and Gunnar Ellingsen (Dept. of Telemedicine, University of Tromsø, Norway)
Gifts from friends and strangers: A study of mobile music sharing (398 KB)
Pages: 311-330

Maria Håkansson , Mattias Rost (Future Applications Lab, Viktoria Institute, Göteborg, Sweden) and Lars Erik Holmquist (Future Applications Lab & Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS), Stockholm, Sweden)
Making the Home Network at Home: Digital Housekeeping (449 KB)
Pages: 331-350

Peter Tolmie, Andy Crabtree, Tom Rodden, Chris Greenhalgh and Steve Benford (School of Computer Science & IT, University of Nottingham, UK)
Behaviours and Preferences when Coordinating Mediated Interruptions: Social and System influence (589 KB)
Pages: 351-370

Natalia Romero, Agnieszka Matysiak Szóstek (Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands), Maurits Kaptein (USI Programme, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands) and Panos Markopoulos (Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Health Care Categories have Politics too: Unpacking the Managerial Agendas of Electronic Triage Systems (322 KB)
Pages: 371-390

Pernille Bjørn and Ellen Balka (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
How-To Pages: Informal Systems of Expertise Sharing (1,1 MB)
Pages: 391-410

Cristen Torrey (Human Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University), David W. McDonald (Information School, University of Washington), Bill N. Schilit (Google Research), and Sara Bly (Sara Bly Consulting)
Seeing Ethnographically: Teaching ethnography as part of CSCW (3,6 MB)
Pages: 411-430

Barry Brown (Department of Communications, University of California San Diego), Johan Lundin (IT University Göteborg), Mattias Rost (FAL Lab, Viktoria Institute), Gustav Lymer (Göteborg University), Lars Erik Holmquist (FAL Lab, Viktoria Institute)
Cues to Common Knowledge (389 KB)
Pages: 431-447

N. Bryan-Kinns, P. G. T. Healey, D. Papworth, and A. Vaduuva (IMC Group, Department of Computer Science, Queen Mary, University of London, UK)
Frontmatter (98 KB)
Pages: iii-xii

Table of Contents, From the editors, ECSCW 20057 Conference Committee, ECSCW 2007 Program Committee
Index of Authors (35 KB)
Page: 449-450

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