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- Bostrom, R. P., C. Kadlec, et al. (2002). Implementation
and Use of Collaboration Technology in e-Learning: The Case of a Joint University-Corporate
MBA. in Implementing Collaboration Technologies in Industry: Case Examples
and Lessons Learned. Bjorn Erik Munkvold. London, New York, Springer. Click
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Student Teams: Collaborative/Cooperative
Facilitation and Electonic Meeting Systems
(Master class session)
- Read the following articles before class (click on reference
to get article)
and Anson,"The Face-to-Face Electronic Meeting: A Tutorial,"
Computer Augmented Teamwork: A Guided Tour, Bostrom, R.P., Watson, R.T.,
and Kinney S. (eds.), Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1992, pp. 16-33
Bostrom, and Anson, "The Role of the Facilitator in Computer Supported
Meetings," Small Group Research, 24:4 (November 1993), pp. 547-565
R. & Munkvold, B.E. Beyond face-to-face: a field study of electronic
meetings in different time and place modes". Forthcoming in the Journal
of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce.
Davidson, and Briggs, "How a Silver Bullet may Lose its Shine",
CACM, August 2003, 46:8
- Additional readings (optional, read after class if want
Dennis, Valachich, Vogel, and George. "Electronic Meeting Systems
Support for Group Work", CACM, July 1991, 34:7
B.E. & Anson, R. Organizational adoption and diffusion of electronic
meeting systems: a case study. Proceedings of Group01, Boulder,
CO, October 2001, 279-287.
Robert P. and Vikki Clawson, "Outcome-Directed Thinking: Questions
That Turn things Around, Bostrom and Associates, 2003. If
you want to know more details on outcome-directed thinking, read this
paper. It is everything you wanted to know about Outcome-directed thinking.
Robert P. and Vikki Clawson, "Using Outcome-Directed Thinking to
Achieve Effective and Efficient Meetings Bostrom and Associates,
2003. ODT applied to meetings. This paper assumes you have read
the previous paper.
Anson, and Clawson, "Group Facilitation and Group Support Systems,"
Group Support Systems: New Perspectives, L.M. Jessup and J.S. Valacich
(eds.), MacMillan: New York, N.Y., 1993, pp. 146-168
- Metastudies summarizing Group Support Systems Research
- Dennis, A. R., Haley, B. J., & Vandenberg, R. J.
(2001). Understanding fit and appropriation effects in group support systems
via meta-analysis. MIS Quarterly, 25(2), 167-193.
- Fjermestad, J., & Hiltz, S. R. (1998). An Assessment
of group support systems experimental research: Methodology and results.
Journal of Management Information Systems, 15(3), 7-149.
- Fjermestad, J. & Hiltz, S.R. Group Support Systems:
A Descriptive Evaluation of Case and Field Studies. Journal of Management
Information Systems 17, 3, 2001, 115.
- Scott, C. R. (1999). Communication technology and group
communication. In L. R. Frey (Ed.), The handbook of group communication
theory and research (pp. 432-472). California: Sage publications.