Workshop on Co-located Tabletop Collaboration: Technologies and Directions

Workshop on Co-located Tabletop Collaboration: Technologies and Directions

Organizers: Stacey Scott, Karen Grant, Sheelagh Carpendale, Kori Inkpen, Regan Mandryk, Terry Winograd

Citation information:
ACM CSCW 2002: Workshop on Co-located Tabletop Collaboration: Technologies and Directions. New Orleans, Lousianna, USA, November 2002. Papers available athttp://www.edgelab.ca/CSCW/Workshop2002/workshop_papers.html

Post-Workshop Proceedings

  1. Co-located Tabletop Collaboration: Technologies and Directions (Workshop Call)
    • Stacey Scott, Karen Grant, Regan Mandryk, Sheelagh Carpendale, Kori Inkpen, Terry Winograd (Organizers)
  2. Co-located Tabletop Collaboration: “Coming Soon to McGill”
    • Yves Boussemart (McGill University)
  3. Mobile Collaboration at the Tabletop in Public Spaces
    • Jacqueline Brodie & Mark Perry (DISC, Brunel University)
  4. The Social Context and Design of Table Embed Computing Systems
    • Winslow Burleson (MIT Media Lab, MIT)
  5. Using Tabletop Interfaces to Support Informed Participation
    • Hal Eden (Center for LifeLong Learning & Design (L3D), University of Colorado)
  6. Flexible, Collaborative Organization on a Tabletop
    • Karen Grant & Terry Winograd (Computer Science Department, Stanford University)
  7. Orientation Issues in Collaborative Tabletops
    • Russell Kruger (Dept. of Computer Science, University of Calgary)
  8. Shared Design Space
    • Kristina Lauche (Dept. of Psychology, University of Aberdeen)
  9. Augmenting Tabletop Design for Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
    • Carsten Magerkurth & Peter Tandler (Fraunhofer IPSI)
  10. The Large Situation Map in the Army: Exploring the Cognitive Implications of Co-located Tabletop Collaborative Tools
    • Jodi Obradovich (Cognitive Systems Engineering Laboratory, Ohio State University)
  11. A Small Group Task Framework for Collaborative Tabletop Displays
    • Karen Parker & Kori Inkpen (School of Computer Science, Dalhousie University)
  12. Multi-user Input for Tabletop Environments: Who is Touching Where, When
    • Kathy Ryall (Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories)
  13. Around the Table
    • Chia Shen, Cliff Forlines, Neal Lesh (Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories), Frédéric Vernier (University of Paris XI)
  14. Multi-User, Multi-Finger Drag & Drop of Multiple Documents
    • Frédéric Vernier (University of Paris XI) & Chia Shen (MERL-CRL)

Workshop Breakout Sessions

  • Results of Afternoon Workshop Breakout Sessions (PDF)