[unrev-II] Re: Re: Can IBIS be useful for individual/asynchronous collaboration?
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Date: Thu Nov 08 2001 - 03:29:23 PST
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Re: Re: Can IBIS be useful for
Thanks to all for the stimulating contributions on this
thread. Thought I'd just mention that we are currently hoping to get
some funding to explore the use of dialogue mapping to support
NetMeeting style events, ie. not asynchronous, but virtual
synchronous, with video, audio, shared desktops, and other shared
scientific tools and datasets on a high bandwidth grid infrastructure.
If we get the funds, there'll be a job going here!
Such a use of Mifflin wouldn't necessarily mean making it
multi-user groupware authoring, indeed, experience emphasises the role
of the facilitator. So it might be more a case of Mifflin running on a
desktop, shared with others, with optional control passing to
In comparison to the co-present use of dialogue mapping,
virtual meetings raise interesting issues to do with screen real
estate, and hence shared attention. How will the dynamics change?
Given the lower communication bandwidth compared to co-presence, could
dialogue mapping actually augment meetings even more than in face to
face settings by adding focus?
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