criwg.jpg (29594 bytes)7th International Workshop on Groupware  
                                                                                                     6-8 September 2001, Darmstadt, Germany    
Preliminary Program

Workshop Info
Preliminary Program
Call for Papers
Doctoral Symposium
CRIWG Series

Thursday, Sept. 6
Friday, Sept. 7
08:00 - 09:00Registration  
09:00 - 09:15Opening Session08:45 - 10:30Session 4: Social Aspects of CSCW

*Towards Social Regulation in Computer-Supported Collaborative Work (Carmen Mezura-Godoy et al)
Moderator: Alberto Raposo

Enabling the collaborative construction and reuse of knowledge through a virtual reference environment (J. Alfredo Sanchez et al)

*The Virtual Tea Room - experiences with a new type of social space (Renee Gedge)
Moderator: Mike Robinson

09:15 - 10:30Opening Keynote:

The Role of Ubiquitous Computing and the Disappearing Computer for CSCW Research

Norbert A. Streitz

10:30 - 11:00Coffee Break10:30 - 11:00Coffee Break
11:00 - 13:15Session 1: Collaborative Workspaces

Modeling Groupware Supporting Collaboration with Multiple Single- and Multi-User Devices (Peter Tandler)

Yaka: Document Notification and Delivery Across Heterogeneous Document Repositories (Damian Arregui et al)
Moderator: Alfredo Sanchez

Stick-Ons Revisited (Jose A. Pino et al)

11:00 - 13:15Session 5: Awareness

State Treemap: an Awareness Widget for Multi-Synchronous Groupware (Hala Skaf-Molli et al)

Selectivity of Awareness Components in Asynchronous CSCW Environments (Jose Maria David et al)
Moderator: Hugo Fuks

Document Presence Notification Services For Collaborative Writing (Alberto Moran et al)
Moderator: Jose A. Pino

13:15 - 14:45Lunch Break13:15 - 14:45Lunch Break
14:45 - 16:15Session 2: Workflow and Coordination

*Integrating workflow and groupware functionalities for co-operating SME: a case study (Gábor Nagypál et al)

*Applying Topic Maps to Ad Hoc Workflows for Semantic Associative Navigation in Process Networks (Carsten Huth et al)
Moderator: Gabor Nagypal

*Automated Support for Software Process Reuse: Requirements and Early Experiences with the APSEE model (Rodrigo Reis et al)
Moderator: Josep M. Ribo

14:45 - 16:15Session 6: CSCL

*Use of Categorization and Structuring of Messages in order to Organize the Discussion and Reduce Information Overload in Asynchronous Textual Communication Tools (Marco Gerosa et al)

*Integration of domain-specific elements into visual language based collaborative environments (Niels Pinkwart et al)
Moderator: Karin Becker

*Monitoring Learners Activities in a Collaborative Environment (Armando L. N. Delgado et al)
Moderator: Ulrich Hoppe

16:15 - 16:45Coffee Break16:15 - 16:45Coffee Break
16:45 - 18:45Session 3: Tailorability

The Cooperative Hypermedia Approach to Engineering and Operation of Virtual Enterprises (Weigang Wang et al)
Moderator: Pedro Antunes

*Evolution in use of groupware: Facilitating tailoring to the extreme (Robert Slagter et al)

Applying Genre Analysis to EMS Design: The Example of a Small Accounting Firm (Pedro Antunes et al)

16:45 - 18:45Session 7: Frameworks and Toolkits

A Multi-version Algorithm for Cooperative Edition of Hierarchically-Structured Documents (Josep M. Ribo)

*Considerations on the application of object-oriented reuse technology to the CSCL (Karin Becker et al)
Moderator: Robert Slagter

Coordination of Collaborative Activities: A Framework for the Definition of Tasks Interdependencies (Alberto Raposo et al)

19:30Leave for Conference Dinner18:45 - 19:15Closing Session
20:00 - 23:00Conference Dinner  
23:00 - 23:30Return to Hotel  

Note: Paper titles preceded by a * denote work-in-progress paper presentations.

Saturday, Sept. 8: Full-day Social Event (departure by Bus starts at 9:00)

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