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Pub. period:1991-2007
Pub. count:5
Number of co-authors:3


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Steven Poltrock:
Kathryn C. Malcolm:
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D. Schuler's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:

Steven Poltrock:29
Kathryn C. Malcolm:1
A. Namioka:1

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Publications by D. Schuler (bibliography)

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Schuler, D. (ed.) Online Communities and Social Comput., HCII 2007, LNCS 4564 July, 2007, Beijing, China.

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Schuler, D. (ed.) HCI International 2007 July 22-27, 2007, Beijing, China.

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Schuler, D. (1998): Designing Across Borders: The Community Design of Community Networks. In: Poltrock, Steven and Grudin, Jonathan (eds.) Proceedings of the 1998 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work November 14 - 18, 1998, Seattle, Washington, United States. p. 416.

The workshop explores the current state and possible futures of networked (geographic) community communication and information systems ("community networks"). We are especially interested in how participatory design techniques can be integrated into public democratic design approaches and systems. We also believe that input from citizens as "lay designers" will provide an invaluable infusion of insight into the development of effective systems in civic and other realms. Finally, since these communication systems are becoming global in nature, we feel that issues about localism and globalism are extremely appropriate in the context of CSCW and geographically-based community systems. We will examine four main community design themes: (1) Looking at Innovative Regional Systems; (2) Theorizing About New Systems; (3) Recommendations and Future Directions; and (4) Critical Issues.

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Schuler, D. and Namioka, A. (eds.) (1993): Participatory Design: Perspectives of Systems Design. Hillsdale, New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates

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Malcolm, Kathryn C., Poltrock, Steven and Schuler, D. (1991): Industrial Strength Hypermedia: Requirements for a Large Engineering Enterprise. In: Walker, Jan (ed.) Proceedings of ACM Hypertext 91 Conference December 15-18, 1991, San Antonio, Texas. pp. 13-24.

Current hypermedia tools do not support the needs of collaborative work groups in distributed heterogeneous environment and cannot be integrated into the existing and planned computing environment at large enterprises like Boeing. It is in meeting these needs, however, that hypermedia could make its greatest impact. Hypermedia systems must evolve beyond their current standalone status into a technology that is truly integrative. We use a description of some current hypermedia projects and a representative future scenario to help identify technical requirements and strategies for developing and deploying hypermedia that is of sufficient "industrial strength" to support a large engineering enterprise. This paper is addressed to hypermedia researchers and developers as well as to our colleagues in other business and engineering organizations. The intent of this paper is to remind both the research and development communities of the urgent, "real-world" needs that exist and to encourage dialogue between the two worlds.

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