[Asis-l] ASIST Program for HCI in Information-Intensive Environments Workshop

luanne Freund freundlu at interchange.ubc.ca
Fri Oct 24 14:12:27 EDT 2008

2008 Research Symposium of the

Special Interest Group on Human-Computer Interaction

American Society for Information Science and Technology

Human Computer Interaction in Information-Intensive Environments

A Focus on Groups

Sunday, October 26, 2008

8:00 Breakfast

*8:30 Introduction to the Symposium, E. Toms, Dalhousie University*

*Session: Group Behaviour, Information & Technology, Moderator: A. 
Komlodi, **University** of **Maryland***

8:35 Collaborative Information Behaviour of Virtual Math Teams in a 
Multimodal Online Environment, M. Cakir & G. Stahl, Drexel University

8:55 Supporting Group Interaction in Social Systems, M.N. Razavi & L. 
Iverson, University of British Columbia

9:15 Breakdowns - Investigating Critical Moments in GroupWork, S. Toze & 
E.G. Toms, Dalhousie University

9:35 Information Exchange Spanning Group Boundaries: Wikis as Boundary 
Objects, M. Tennor & K.R. Fleischmann, University of Maryland

*9:55** Poster Boasters (1-2 minutes to promote each poster), Moderator: 
L. Freund, **University** of **British Columbia***

*10:00** Coffee and Posters*

*Session: Groups, Community and Collaboration – in many flavours, 
Moderator: Heather O’Brien, **University** of **British Columbia***

* *10:15 Community Wireless Networks: Field Exploration of Non-Profit 
Participation, J.D. Burge, L.M. Campbell & J.M. Carroll, The 
Pennsylvania State University

10:35 Using Pragmatics and Genre Theory to Study E-mail Triage Behaviour 
of Managers and Secretaries, I. Alberts, S. Bertrand-Gastaldy, D. 
Forest, & P. Bergeron, Université de Montréal

10:55 Many Actors, Many Sources: Medication Reconciliation in the 
Emergency Department, S.W. Haas, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

*11:15** Keynote: Beyond Being Aware, John Carroll, The **Pennsylvania** 
State University*

*12:00** Lunch and Posters*


Accelerating Scientific Discovery: Five Collaborative Approaches, G. 
Harmon, University of Texas at Austin

Video Annotations Support Virtual Collaboration, X. Mu, University of 

Collective Information Practices to Sustain Knowledge Work over Time, J. 
Sarmiento-Klapper & G. Stahl, Drexel University

Web Design Guidelines: Investigating Issues of Interpretation and 
Efficacy, S. Szigeti, University of Toronto

Luanne Freund
Assistant Professor
School of Library, Archival and Information Studies (SLAIS)
The University of British Columbia
Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, Suite 470 - 1961 East Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1
Tel.: 604-822-0825
Fax: 604-822-6006
E-mail: luanne.freund at ubc.ca

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