Computer Supported Cooperative Work Edited by Michel Beaudouin-Lafon John Wiley & Sons, Inc. £55.00 http://www.wiley.com ISBN 0-471-96736-X Computer Supported Co-operative Work (CSCW) reflects a dramatic change in the role of computer, from a personal tool to a new medium for human communication. This book takes a closer look at various aspects of software systems, tools, and techniques for CSCW. Each section analyzes the latest research in the design, implementation and evaluation of software that enables and supports cooperative activities. This includes groupware tools such as workflow systems that help groups and organizations to coordinate their actions, shared editors that…
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