Collaborative Work without Large, Shared Displays: Looking for “the Big Picture” on a Small Screen?
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Large, shared displays – such as electronic whiteboards – have proven successful in supporting actors in forming and maintaining an overview of tightly coupled collaborative activities. However, in many developing countries the technology of choice is mobile phones, which have neither a large nor a shared screen. It therefore appears relevant to ask: How may mobile devices with small screens support, or fail to support, actors in forming and maintaining an overview of their collaborative activities?
|Title of host publication||Adjunct Proceedings of the INTERACT 2017 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction|
|Publisher||Indian Institute of Technology Bombay|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
- Faculty of Humanities - overview, awareness, collaborative work, small-screen devices
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