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Under the hot sun of Portugal and in the cool rooms of a beautiful former church, we gathered for a ECSCW 2022 workshop on CSCW and Algorithmic Systems. Instead of considering algorithms or data in a narrow technical sense, our workshop focused on algorithmic systems and their increasing role in society
Author: Richard Paulch What can different disciplines say about learning and negotiation, using robots as an example? Here we discuss the experiences gathered during the workshop “Robots in heterogeneous contexts: Negotiation of co-creative lifelong learning spaces through participatory approaches”. The workshop was integrated into the 20th European Conference on Computer-Supported
EUSSET thanks the organisers for the great 2022 ECSCW Conference in Coimbra. We are now looking forward to the 2023 ECSCW conference, that will take place in Trondheim. In the meantime the proceedings are avialable in the EUSSET Digital Library, which is Open Access.
The Fifth International Summer School on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) held in Como, Italy gave us an opportunity to deepen our understanding of CSCW as a research field. The experienced scholars of CSCW focused on building the understanding of collaborative work practices and the design of artefacts supporting collaboration
The winners of the 2019 David B. Martin Award are Srihari Hulikal Muralidhar, Claus Bossen & Jacki O’Neill for their paper “Rethinking Financial Inclusion: from Access to Autonomy” (access via >> EUSSET DL). Abstract. Financial inclusion has been defined and understood primarily in terms of access, thereby constituting ‘inclusion’/‘exclusion’ as a binary. This
The 2018 winners of the award are Chiara Rossitto and Airi Lampinen for their paper “Co-Creating the Workplace: Participatory Efforts to Enable Individual Work at the Hoffice” (access via >> EUSSET DL). Abstract. This paper analyzes the self-organizing network Hoffice – a merger between the words home and office –
The winners of the inaugural David B. Martin Best Paper Award are Mateusz Dolata and Gerhard Schwabe (University of Zurich) for their paper “Paper practices in institutional talk: How financial advisors impress their clients” (access via >> EUSSET DL), for the original, detailed and thoroughly grounded study of an interesting work domain and
2015 EUSSET-IISI Lifetime Achievement Award to Susanne Bødker and Christian Heath Susanne Bødker and Christian Heath have been and are two central figures in shaping a research agenda for the design of socially embedded technologies over a number of years. They represent two lines of research which each had a tremendous influence on
2013 EUSSET-IISI Lifetime Achievement Award to Liam Bannon and Kjeld Schmidt Laudatio:Kjeld Schmidt and Liam Bannon were largely responsible for the creation and development of European CSCW research as a distinctive research arena, one in which attention to practice became regarded as fundamental to the design of socio-technical systems. Both have made a