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Pick an article in any of the reading lists below and prepare a 5-10 minute presentation (1 article per student).
Program a small collaborative tool, or extend an existing one (1 or 2 students per project).
Articles and projecs will be presented on Wednesday 19 February and Friday 28 February - see schedule below. Send the written assignment by midnight the day before.
The written assignment should include a 2-page summary of the paper (no plagiarism please!), with a critique, plus a short description of the project you created and your experience programming it.
The oral presentation will present the paper to the other students and give a short demo of your project, with explanations of what worked and what did not.
Wednesday 19 February, 3:15pm to 5pm, room D204:
Mara, Guilherme, Paola, Stella (with Argyo for the project), Olutosin.
Friday 28 February, 2pm to 4pm, room D204:
Manfred, Walter, Van, Athanasios, Amira, Cédric, Argyo (paper presentation).
This course presents computer-supported collaborative systems, which allow a group of people, wheter they are collocated or not, to work together while sharing computer artifacts. The course covers groupware and mediated interaction, including a state-of-the-art of interactive systems for coordination, communication and collaboration with groups of users across time and space. The course also covers Collaborative Virtual Environments, a research area at the intersection of Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, teleoperation, high-bandwidth communication, human-computer interaction and collaborative teleworking. Finally it covers recent developments such as social networks and crowdsourcing.
Paper: Labeling Images with a Computer Game, von Ahn and Dabbish, Proc. CHI 2004.
Project: Collaborative Drawing Board
Paper: VideoProbe: sharing daily lives by exchanging pictures
Project: Collaborative checklists (with Argyro)
Paper: Hayes Raffle, Glenda Revelle, Koichi Mori, Rafael Ballagas, Kyle Buza, Hiroshi Horii, Joseph Kaye, Kristin Cook, Natalie Freed, Janet Go, Mirjana Spasojevic: Hello, is grandma there? let's read! StoryVisit: family video chat and connected e-books. CHI 2011: 1195-1204
Project: web-based chat (TogetherJS)
Paper: McEwan, Gregor, et al. "I'm just here to play games: social dynamics and sociality in an online game site." Proceedings of the ACM 2012 conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work. ACM, 2012.
Project: shared annotation of web pages (Chrome extension), with Athanasios
Paper: One of the algorithm papers - Project : Real-time screen sharing with visualization of kbd+mouse activity (with WebRTC)
Paper: Working & Sustaining the Virtual "Disaster Desk", Kate Starbird & Leysia Palen, CSCW'14
Project: chat or multi-user tweet
Paper: Tangible interfaces for remote collaboration and communication, Brave, Ishii & Dahley (CSCW '98)
Project: Collaborative checklists (with Stella)
Duc Van NGuyen
Paper: "A New Adaptive Data Distribution Model for Consistency Maintenance in Collaborative Virtual Environments" - Cédric Fleury, Thierry Duval, Valérie Gouranton, and Bruno Arnaldi
Project: multi room chat in Java
Paper: Issues in the Design of Computer-Support for Co-Authoring and Commenting, Neuwirth, Kaufer, Chandhok and Morris, in Proc. CSCW 90, 1990
Project: Custom twitter app for collaboration among co-workers (java RMI).
Paper: Beyond the chalkboard: computer support for collaboration and problem solving in meetings
Project: multiroom chat in Java.
Guilherme Soares Mota Carneiro
Paper: "Soylent: A Word Processor With A Crowd Inside"
Project: web-based shared drawing
Paper: Technology probes: inspiring design for and with families, Hutchinson, Mackay, Westerlund, Bederson, Druin, Plaisant, Beaudouin-Lafon, Conversy, Evans, Hansen, Roussel, Eiderbäck, in Proc. ACM CHI, 2003
Project: shared annotation of web pages (Chrome extension), with Walter