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Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Information Search and Retrieval

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  • Michael Twidale
  • David Nichols


Considers how research in collaborative technologies can inform research and development in library and information science. Topics include computer supported collaborative work; shared drawing; collaborative writing; MUDs; MOOs; workflow; World Wide Web; collaborative learning; computer mediated communication; ethnography; evaluation; remote reference; digital libraries; user collaboration; and privacy issues.