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2 edition of Groupware and Authoring found in the catalog.

Groupware and Authoring

Roy Rada

Groupware and Authoring

by Roy Rada

  • 381 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Academic Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Human-Computer Interaction,
  • Software Engineering,
  • Computers,
  • Computer - Internet,
  • Computer Books: General,
  • Internet - General,
  • Computer Communications & Networking,
  • Virtual Reality

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages369
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10072745M
    ISBN 100125750056
    ISBN 109780125750059

    Find a huge variety of new & used Computers Groupware books online including bestsellers & rare titles at the best prices. Shop Computers Groupware books at Alibris. security-focused open source groupware collaboration solution [buzzword] with web client, CalDAV and ActiveSync and its own native client Kune free/open-source distributed social network focused on collaboration rather than just on communication.

    Introduces readers to today's revolutionary world of shared computing. Provides a comprehensive overview of groupware products and benefits including document management library models, client/server architectures, workflows and electronic mail. Contains practical guidance in order to make groupware work in any size enterprise. Groupware on the other hand is focused on the collaboration of groups of arbitrary, possibly large, size. While groupware still provides concepts like address books and calendars the structure of these applications are quite different than PIM.

    Get this from a library! GroupWare ' [David Coleman;] -- Groupware has become one of the key software technologies of the s. As the benefits of computer mediated collaboration have become apparent, interest in groupware applications has grown. groupware, noting that groupware can be used for decision making or the collaborative development of complex systems. The author stressed that groupware must be tailored to the needs of the organization using the product, and that groupware can be considered "glueware" when it is used to hold together or link a number of different application.


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Groupware and Authoring by Roy Rada Download PDF EPUB FB2

David Coleman and Marvin Manheim (author of Chapter 12) are co-authoring a groupware case book. We believe such a book is a necessary follow-on to this volume, and it examines a number of groupware implementations in detail and analyzes the lessons learned in each by: Groupware and Authoring combines the experience of an international group of experts in the fields of groupware and software engineering to examine the human and technical issues surrounding shared writing tools.

The book covers the human factors research and requirements behind the design of shared writing tools, the technical factors. This book helps MIS professionals make critical groupware decisions, and offers essential, up-to-date guidance on TOPICS:This book presents the most up-to-date, thorough review of the groupware marketplace available, with special focus on the dramatic growth of intranets.

It covers hot groupware topics such as desktop videoconferencing, e-mail and messaging Price: $ Summary: This text examines the human and technical issues involved in shared writing tools. It covers the technical factors and innovations involved in building these systems, and specific applications of the tools.

Also analyzed are the factors involved in making Groupware a commercial product. This book will be useful for computer professionals involved in the development or purchase of groupware technology as well as for researchers and managers.

It should also serve as a valuable text for university courses on CSCW, groupware, and human-computer interaction. David Coleman and Marvin Manheim (author of Chapter 12) are co-authoring a groupware case book. We believe such a book is a necessary follow-on to this volume, and it examines a number of groupware implementations in detail and analyzes the lessons learned in each instance.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This book is a sign of its times. Each Groupware and Authoring book of the chapters – papers written by European authors of various backgrounds – illustrates a departure from the style of theorizing that has been prominent in the social sciences for most of the century.

Until very recently, models for behavioral phenomena were chiefly. Online shopping for Books from a great selection of Internet, Groupware, Telecommunications, Networks, Protocols & APIs, Network Administration, Network Security & more at everyday low prices.

The first generation of Web-based groupware tools has already started to emerge, and leading groupware vendors are urgently adapting their products for compatibility and integration with Web technologies. The focus of Groupware and the World Wide Web is to explore the potential for Web-based groupware.

This book includes an analysis of the key characteristics of the Web, presenting. Agostini A, Albolino S, De Michelis G, De Paoli F and Dondi R Stimulating knowledge discovery and sharing Proceedings of the international ACM SIGGROUP conference on Supporting group work. The focus of Groupware and the World Wide Web is to explore the potential for Web-based groupware.

This book includes an analysis of the key characteristics of the Web, presenting reasons for its success, and describes developments of a diverse range of Web-based groupware systems.

An emphasis on the technical obstacles and challenges is implemented by more analytical discussions and perspectives, including that of Information Technology managers looking to deploy groupware. Groupware: software for computer-supported cooperative work / David Marca, Geoffrey Bock; foreword by Gerald Weinberg.

HD 66 M Team of teams: new rules of engagement for a complex world / General Stanley McChrystal (U.S. Army, retired), with Tantum Collins, David. more» f groupware and software engineering to examine the human and technical issues surrounding shared writing tools.

The book covers the human factors research and requirements behind the design of shared writing tools, the technical factors and innovations involved in building these systems, and specific applications of these : This publication has grown out of two frustrations.

One is the experience that so many applications in the area of information and communication technology (lCT) are built without an eye to what the users can handle or need for their work, systematic user oriented evaluation of new tools is.

Classified groupware by function it supported Good groupware – open to all aspects of cooperation e.g., annotations in co-authoring systems embedding direct communication bar codes – form of deixis, aids diffuse large scale cooperation control and feedback P P A communication understanding direct 1.

Groupware, Workflow and Intranets book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This comprehensive guide for system developers, IT manag /5(12).

One of the problems with current groupware systems is that they make it difficult for people to stay aware of one another. Awareness is taken for granted in everyday face-to-face environments, but when the setting changes to distributed groupware, many of the normal cues and information sources that people use to maintain awareness are gone.

The production of such documents by a group, as opposed to an individual, is the main subject of this book. A group needs to communicate, and multimedia technology can be used to enhance group communication.

How multimedia documentation and communication and groups of authors fit together are the main questions tackled. Researchers at the University of Strathcylde utilized groupware in a shared workspace to support a collaborative problem-based learning environment in a design engineering class (McGill et al., ).

The authors underscored the importance of the learning technologist who provided information literacy instruction to the students. Practical Internet Groupware details the lessons learned from that experience.

Drawn from the author's real world experience, Practical Internet Groupware describes the tools and technologies for building and rapidly deploying groupware applications, and also discusses the design philosophy and usability issues that determine the success or failure of any groupware endeavor.

*The 50% discount is offered for all e-books and e-journals purchased on IGI Global’s Online Bookstore. E-books and e-journals are hosted on IGI Global’s InfoSci® platform and available for PDF and/or ePUB download on a perpetual or subscription basis.

This discount cannot be combined with any other discount or promotional offer. Groupware (also known as "Collaborative software") is nothing but an app that helps users in everyday tasks such as calendar/scheduling, address books, email, forums, mailing lists, IM, wiki and more.

The use of collaborative software in the work space creates a collaborative working environment. You can synchronize and share your files and photos easily using your hardware while .Collaborative software (Groupware) is a term that was originally coined in the mids to describe computer applications that were explicitly designed to support group/team work (Wilson, ).