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Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)

, Volume 22, Issue 4–6, pp 345–372 | Cite as

Constructing CSCW: The First Quarter Century

  • Kjeld SchmidtEmail author
  • Liam Bannon
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Abstract

As an established field of research, Computer Supported Cooperative Work or CSCW is now well beyond its first quarter century of existence. It is an appropriate time to take stock: What has been achieved, and what issues remain as challenges for the field?—This introductory article will assess what has become of the field, its position as a research field in the wider context of technology development, and its complex physiognomy.

Key words

CSCW Computer-Supported Cooperative Work 

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