Proceedings of the INTERACT97 Combined Workshop on CSCW in HCI-Worldwide
Rauterberg, M., Oestreicher, L. & Grundy, J. (Eds.). (1997). Proceedings of the INTERACT97 Combined Workshop on CSCW in HCI-Worldwide, July 15th 1997, Sydney, Australia. (Working paper 97/16). Hamilton, New Zealand: University of Waikato, Department of Computer Science.
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This is the proceedings for the INTERACT97 combined workshop on “CSCW in HCI-worldwide”. The position papers in this proceedings are those selected from topics relating to HCI community development worldwide and to CSCW issues. Originally these were to be two separate INTERACT workshops, but were combined to ensure sufficient participation for a combined workshop to run. The combined workshop has been split into two separate sessions to run in the morning of July 15th, Sydney, Australia. One to discuss the issues relating to the position papers focusing on general CSCW systems, the other to the development of HCI communities in a worldwide context. The CSCW session uses as a case study a proposed groupware tool for facilitating the development of an HCI database with a worldwide geographical distribution. The HCI community session focuses on developing the content for such a database, in order for it to foster the continued development of HCI communities. The afternoon session of the combined workshop involves a joint discussion of the case study groupware tool, in terms of its content and likely groupware facilities. The position papers have been grouped into those focusing on HCI communities and hence content issues for a groupware database, and those focusing on CSCW and groupware issues, and hence likely groupware support in the proposed HCI database/collaboration tools. We hope that you find the position papers in this proceedings offer a wide range of interesting reports of HCI community development worldwide, leading CSCW system research, and that a groupware tool supporting aspects of a worldwide HCI database can draw upon the varied work reported.
Department of Computer Science, University of Waik
- 1997 Working Papers