Collaboration and Distributed Interaction, New Organizational Forms

Project Dates: 
January 2002
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Collaboration is becoming ubiquitious; at the same time the emergence of new technologies have been changing the landscape of interaction and collaboration. I am interested in the effect that information technologies have on collaboration and the development of new organizational practices such as network-centricity, group-to-group collaboration, nomadic work, and large-scale collaboration. I am also very interested in how Web 2.0 technologies (blogs, wikis, social-networking sites, etc.) are used in collaboration and how they can be integrated into the course of daily work. 

Mark, G., and N M. Su, "Making infrastructure visible for nomadic work", Pervasive and Mobile ComputingPervasive and Mobile Computing, vol. 6, no. 3, June, 2010.
Su, N., and G. Mark, "Designing for Nomadic Work", ACM Conference on Designing for Interactive Systems (DIS'08), Capetown, South Africa, February 25-27, 2008.
Abrams, S., and G. Mark, "Transitioning to Network-Centricity: Overcoming Hierarchical Anchors", ACM Symposium on Computer Human Interaction for Management of Information Technology (CHIMIT'07), Boston, MA, March, 2007.
Lee, C., P. Dourish, and G. Mark, "The Human Infrastructure of Cyberinfrastructure", ACM Conference on CSCW (CSCW'06), Banff, Alberta, Canada, pp. 483-492, 2006.
Mark, G., S. Abrams, and N. Nassif, "Group-to-Group Distance Collaboration: Examining the “Space Between”", 8th European Conference of Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW '03), Helsinki, Finland, pp. 99-118, September 14-18, 2003.