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2008 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2008)
Conferences & Talks

conference proceedings

8 November 2008 - 12 November 2008
San Diego, California, USA

 

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CSCW is the premier venue for research and innovation on the role of coordination and communication technologies in our lives. In CSCW 2008, we see growth in the diversity of topics, methods and technologies that support collaboration. Paper sessions will include original research covering emerging areas of collaboration and collaborative systems such as Wikis & Wikipedia, Naughty & Nice issues in Social Networking Systems, Gaming, Health Informatics, and Deployments at Home, while other paper sessions will cover topics with traditional representation in CSCW including Distributed Teams, Media Spaces, Online Community, Interpersonal Relations in the Group, Work Places and Work Practices.

PARC topics & speakers include:

  • Gaming as a Collaborative Application (Nic Ducheneaut)
  • Collaboration in virtual worlds (Nic Ducheneaut, Mike Roberts, Greg Wadley)
  • Social displays (Les Nelson)
  • Keyhole Snippet Sharing (Diana Smetters & Les Nelson)
  • "Can You Ever Trust a Wiki? Impacting Perceived Trustworthiness in Wikipedia" (Bongwon Suh, Ed Chi, Aniket Kittur) *Best of CSCW award*
  • "Towards a Model of Understanding Social Search" (Ed Chi, Brynn Evans)
 

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