Computer supported cooperative work
My interest is in Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW). In particular, I am interested in how technologies can be better designed to support remote collaboration.
Mark, G. (to appear). Conventions and commitments in distributed groups. Computer Supported Cooperative Work: The Journal of Collaborative Computing. (forthcoming).
Mark, G. (to appear). Extreme collaboration.Communications of the ACM.
Mark, G., Grudin, J., and Poltrock, S. (1999). Meeting at the desktop: An empirical study of virtually collocated teams. Proceedings of ECSCW'99, The 6th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 12-16 September 1999, Copenhagen, Denmark, pp. 159-178.
Simone, C., Mark, G, and. Giubbilei, D. (1999). Interoperability as a means of articulation work. In D. Georgakopoulos, W. Prinz, and A. Wolf (eds.) Proceedings of ACM Conference on Work Activities Coordination and Collaboration (WACC'99), ACM Press, Feb. 22-25, 1999, San Francisco.
Mambrey, P., Mark, G., and Pankoke-Babatz, U. (1998). User advocacy in participatory design: designers’ experiences with a new communication channel. Computer Supported Cooperative Work: The Journal of Collaborative Computing, 7: 291-313, 1998.
Institute for Software Research