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The new Steering Committee of EUSSET has started its work in September 2020. We thank members of the previous Steering Committee for their engagement and support. And we welcome all freshly appointed members of the Steering Committee and wish them good luck in their offices. Anyone interested in joining theREAD MORE

IISI-EUSSET Live Time Achievement Award 2020 to Kari Kuutti

IISI-EUSSET Lifetime Achievement Award 2020 to Kari Kuutti We recognize Kari Kuutti this year for the importance of bringing activity theory into systems design and social computing research and his detailed contributions to the field. His work has fostered new directions to work of others for many years, and materially expanded theREAD MORE

The winner of the 2020 David B. Martin Award is Oindrila Matilal for her paper “Time Matters: Flexi-time and women’s retention in the 24/7 workplace” (access via >> EUSSET DL).  Find an interview with the winner here. Abstract. Historically, the ability to exercise agency over the scheduling of working-time has shaped women’s retention in theREAD MORE

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EUSSET has recently launched its Competence Network at ECSCW 2020. The network features a group of experienced researchers and practitioners committed to advancing the understanding of how digital technologies mediate and affect human practices, cultures and organisations, and how better technologies for complex settings can be designed as a result.READ MORE

ECSCW 2021 in Zürich

The European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work is an international venue on practice-centred computing and the design of cooperation technologies. It is a series of conferences on computer-supported cooperative work located in Europe that was established in 1989. The 19th edition of ECSCW will take place in Zurich, Switzerland, fromREAD MORE

EUSSET: Kari, you have been awarded the EUSSET-IISI Lifetime Achievement Award as announced during the ECSCW 2020. Congratulations! In this interview, we would like to learn more about your personal perspective on the award and on the CSCW research.The award was established to recognize outstanding contributions to the innovation andREAD MORE

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. ThisREAD MORE