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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
1 × South Korea
5 × USA
Collaborated with:
K.Lai K.Crowston R.Rao D.Rosenblitt C.Fry F.Lin A.W.Holt R.K.Stamper T.Winograd P.M.Cashman K.R.Grant W.E.Mackay S.K.Card D.Engel A.W.Woolley I.Aggarwal C.F.Chabris M.Takahashi K.Nemoto C.Kaiser Y.J.Kim
Talks about:
cooper (4) work (4) coordin (3) comput (3) len (3) theori (2) system (2) scienc (2) object (2) design (2)

Person: Thomas W. Malone

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Facilitated 1 volumes:

CSCW 1994Ed

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
CSCW 19921992
CHI 19911991
CSCW 19901990
CHI 19891989
CSCW 19881988
CSCW 19861986

Wrote 10 papers:

CHI-2015-EngelWACTNKKM #collaboration
Collective Intelligence in Computer-Mediated Collaboration Emerges in Different Contexts and Cultures (DE, AWW, IA, CFC, MT, KN, CK, YJK, TWM), pp. 3769–3778.
Experiments with Oval: A Radically Tailorable Tool for Cooperative Work (TWM, KYL, CF), pp. 289–297.
CHI-1991-LaiM #lens
Object lens: letting end-users create cooperative work applications (KYL, TWM), pp. 425–426.
CSCW-1990-MaloneC #coordination #design #how #question #what
What is Coordination Theory and How Can It Help Design Cooperative Work Systems? (TWM, KC), pp. 357–370.
CHI-1989-MackayMCRRC #how #lens #question
How do experienced information lens users use rules? (WEM, TWM, KC, RR, DR, SKC), pp. 211–216.
CHI-1989-Malone #coordination
Center for coordination science, MIT (TWM), pp. 145–146.
CSCW-1988-LaiM #lens #spreadsheet
Object Lens: A “Spreadsheet” for Cooperative Work (KYL, TWM), pp. 115–124.
CSCW-1986-CrowstonML #case study #design
Cognitive science and organizational design: a case study of computer conferencing (KC, TWM, FL), pp. 43–61.
From theories to systems (AWH, TWM, RKS, TW, PMC), p. 253.
CSCW-1986-MaloneGLRR #coordination
Semi-structured messages are surprisingly useful for computer-supported coordination (TWM, KRG, KYL, RR, DR), pp. 102–114.

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