Hilary Johnson, Joanne Hyde
The core concern of our research is how to represent, model, and understand collaborative tasks, and use the resulting models to develop systems to support collaboration. Recent years have seen an overwhelming interest in how people collaborate and how collaborative working might be supported. There have also been significant advances in technology and the emergence of a range of collaborative systems to support group work. For technology to support collaboration, a better understanding of group and organizational work is needed. To address our research goals, we have undertaken small-scale empirical studies in which two participantsindividually and collaborativelyconstructed jigsaws. The…
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