The ACM CSCW conference is a leading forum for presenting and discussing research and development achievements concerning the use of computer technologies to support collaborative activities, as well as the impact of digital collaboration technologies on users, groups, organizations and society. CSCW 2000 offers a full technical and social program designed to introduce newcomers to the field, deepen and broaden expertise, and encourage interdisciplinary discussions and collaborations. Topics include culture and community, proximate and distant collaboration, remote guidance, mobile work and technology, awareness and attention, collaborative instruction and distance learning, managing expertise, video technologies, collaboration infrastructures, privacy, instant messaging,…
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