Collaborative computing

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Welcome to the learning project on Collaborative computing!

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Learning project summary[edit]

This is a learning resource for students and others interested in Collaborative Computing. This site is currently being developed by graduate students enrolled in the course "Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Organizational Communication" at the University of Copenhagen. As part of the course, students develop, modify and expand the site, contributing their own understanding of the course readings and critical analysis. The course is jointly taught by Assistant Professor Stine Lomborg and Professor Jørgen P. Bansler from the Centre for Communication and Computing at the University of Copenhagen.

Goals[edit]

In this learning project we aim to write the new bible (http://www.dof.dk/)

Contents[edit]

Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC)
Organizational Communication
The structure and function in IT networks

Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)


Litteratur til eksamensspm.


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