Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing CSCW 2013 - San Antonio, TexasSimon Knight, Saturday 16 March 2013 | Annotate
I recently returned from Texas, San Antonio where I was in attendance at the 16th ACM Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) conference. While there I gave Two workshop papers:
- W8: Collaborative Information Seeking: Tracking Epistemic Beliefs and Sensemaking in Collaborative Information Retrieval, Knight, Buckingham Shum and Littleton (2013)
- W10: CSCW and education: Collaborative Sensemaking in Learning Analytics, Knight, Buckingham Shum and Littleton (2013)
CSCW generally was exciting with a lot of interesting work going on around collaborative information seeking, social q&a, and knowledge management tools such as Wikipedia. I’m slowly working through my pile of cards to keep in contact with those doing work related to mine.
There was also a lot of interest in what the OU is doing particularly with respect to FutureLearn and Learning Analytics.
I kept a twitter archive for CSCW2013: http://goo.gl/xn59q (apparently I was the 2nd most prolific tweeter)
I’ve also blogged some more extensive notes on this here http://people.kmi.open.ac.uk/knight/2013/03/cscw2013-2-workshop-papers-texan-fun/