Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)

Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) Som forskningsfelt er CSCW bredt funderet i den socio-materielle del af forskningen i computermedier med et særligt fokus på samarbejdspraksis understøttet af IT og teknologi (Bjørn & Østerlund 2014). Skal vi sikre, at IT og teknologier er velfungerende, også i komplekse, menneskelige situationer må vi forstå den arbejdskontekst som de skal […]

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