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Workshop proceedings were open.
The International Workshop on Technology-Enhanced Collaborative Learning (TECL 2016) The International Workshop on Learning Analytics and Educational Data Mining (LAEDM 2016)

We invite you to participate in the 22nd International Conference on Collaboration and Technology. The Conference is a major forum for academic researchers to exchange their experiences related to the development and use of collaboration technology. The Conference has a strong focus on technology design and development. Most published papers propose innovative technical + human + organizational approaches to expand collaboration support, often backed up by theory brought from various disciplines including computer science, management science, design science, cognitive sciences and social sciences. However, the Conference also seeks papers with theory, models, design principles, methodologies, and case studies that contribute to better understand the complex interrelations between collaboration and technology. Considering the heterogeneity of research in collaboration and technology, researchers may address the validation of their work through multiple approaches including laboratory experiments, fieldwork, analytic evaluations, case studies, prototyping, and empirical tests. This year, CRIWG 2016 will be collocated with CollabTech 2016.


Here are some topics but not limited to:

  • Organization design and engineering
    • Work analysis, work modeling and process management
    • Group decision-making and negotiation
    • Group-oriented knowledge management
    • Collaboration engineering
    • Virtual, had-hoc, mobile organizations
    • Organization resilience
    • Measuring team performance
  • Collaboration through social media
    • Online communities
    • Large-scale decision making
    • Crowdsourcing
    • Games with a purpose
    • Behavioral incentives
    • Social media analytics
  • Collaboration technology/li>
    • Multi-user interfaces
    • Collaboration frameworks, toolkits and design patterns
    • Multi-agent systems supporting collaboration
    • Mobile, physically-embodied collaboration
    • Work-on-demand platforms
    • Design principles for collaboration support
    • Supporting meta-design
  • Collaboration in specific application domains
    • Collaboration in education
    • Collaboration in healthcare
    • Collaboration in software engineering
    • Collaboration in emergency management
    • Collaboration in safety management
    • Geo-collaboration
    • Case studies