CAWS: a wiki system to improve workspace awareness to advance effectiveness of co-authoring activities
|CAWS: a wiki system to improve workspace awareness to advance effectiveness of co-authoring activities|
|Author(s)||Ilaria Liccardi, Hugh C. Davis, Su White|
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Crucial to effective collaborative writing is knowledge of what other people are doing and have done, what meaningful changes are made to a document, who is editing each section of a document and why. This is because awareness of individual and group activities is critical to successful collaboration. This paper presents the problems that surround co-authoring activities, and the advantages of using CAWS are explained and compared with other implementation and techniques for collaborative authoring. This co-authoring wiki based system (CAWS), aims to improve workspace awareness in order to improve user.s response to the document development activit.
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