33. HICSS 2000:
Maui, Hawaii, USA
33rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-33), 4-7 January, 2000, Maui, Hawaii, Track 1:
Collaboration Systems and Technology. IEEE Computer Society, 2000, http://computer.org/proceedings/hicss/0493/04931/0493toc.htm
Collaboration Systems and Technology Track
Collaborative Engineering of Processes and Systems
Collaboration Technology - Theory and Methodology
, Ashley A. Bush
: Peer-to-Peer Valuation as a Mechanism for Reinforcing Active Learning in Virtual Communities: Actualizing Social Exchange Theory.
Community Supported Platforms
: Seamless Worlds for People with Physical Disabilities.
: The Pivotal Role of Community Building in Electronic Commerce.
Distributed Group Support Systems
Peggy M. Beranek
: The Impacts of Relational and Trust Development Training on Virtual Teams: An Exploratory Investigation.
John A. Campbell
: User Acceptance of Videoconferencing: Perceptions of Task Characteristics and Media Traits.
Uday S. Murthy
, David S. Kerr
: Task/Technology Fit and the Effectiveness of Group Support Systems: Evidence in the Context of Tasks Requiring Domain Specific Knowledge.
Group Support Systems User Experiences
: Improving and Focusing a Training Course using Group Systems Electronic Meetings.
, Carol Young Carver
: Using Web Groupware and Cognitive Mapping in a CIS Department to Review and Revise the Assessment Process and Document Reasoning.
: Improving Operational Situational Awareness with Collaborative Technologies.
Negotiation Support Systems:
Frameworks, Implementations, and Evaluations
Technology Supported Learning
: Do WWW-based Presentations Support Better (Constructivistic) Learning in the Basics of Informatics?