Furthermore, many important phenomena related to peer production are not yet fully understood.This workshop will focus on characterizing areas of research within the domain of Open Collaboration Systems (OCS’s) where partnerships between academic and industry researchers can both increase our scientific understanding of OCS’s and also support those systems through research.
The goal of this workshop is to open a discussion on how to design, build and study technology infrastructure to support cities, neighborhoods and local communities.We aim to create a publicly accessible repository of infrastructure tools and to facilitate the cross-pollination of ideas about technology in local contexts among the researchers, practitioners and residents interested in this area.This workshop proposes to dedicate its two days to exploring these questions and to produce a research agenda for CSCW for Proactive Health. Website and full workshop outline: Rosta Farzan, University of Pittsburgh Gary Hsieh, University of Washington Cliff Lampe, University of Michigan Claudia Lopez, University of Pittsburgh Andres Monroy-Hernandez, Microsoft Research Daniele Quercia, Yahoo!Labs Barcelona Raz Schwartz, Cornell Tech NYC Amy Voida, Indiana University Indianapolis Abstract: Challenges of local communities such as encouraging civic engagement and facilitating collaboration to address local issues have motivated researchers and practitioners to explore the role of technologies in the city life.To participate in the workshop, submission and acceptance of a position paper is required.
For details on the workshop, including topics of interest and the preliminary schedule, visit: mc schraefel, University of Southampton Erika Poole, Penn State Sean Munson, University of Washington Catalina Danis, IBM Watson Elizabeth Churchill, Google Abstract: In this workshop, we propose to situate health, first as a proactive (de-medicalised) experience that facilitates innovation, creativity and improved quality of life; second, we seek specifically to use this workshop to explore how CSCW methods and design experience may inform such an exploration to support interactive technology from social/industrial collaborative infrastructure to individual/social interactive systems for what we call Wellth Creation, that is sustainable health and wellbeing IT that is Proactive and Aspirtational.
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