Publication: Using Group Interaction History in the Wild

Inspired by theories of how professionals enter into a reflective conversation with their work materials, the research area of interaction history seeks to make use of the accumulated actions of many people in working with digital objects. Despite compelling system designs and empirical results in laboratory settings, group interaction histories have not been widely employed. I outline a series of research questions, plans and tools that will be among the first to investigate and evaluate the use of shared interaction history in the day-to-day work of individuals and groups.

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Scott Bateman
University of New Brunswick

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Bateman, S. 2009. Using Group Interaction History in the Wild. In The Doctoral Colloquium of the Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Savannah, GA. 523-524.

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@inproceedings {271-p523,
author= {Scott Bateman},
title= {Using Group Interaction History in the Wild},
booktitle= {The Doctoral Colloquium of the Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work},
year= {2009},
address= {Savannah, GA},
pages= {523-524}
}