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See detailQuality of collaboration in a distant collaborative architectural educational setting
Safin, Stéphane ULiege; Verschuere, Aurélie; Burkhardt, Jean-Marie et al

in International Reports on Socio-Informatics (2010), 7(1), 40-48

This paper analyses the quality of collaboration of two student teams in a longitudinal study of a collaborative distant architectural studio. Based on a simple method to assess several dimensions of this ... [more ▼]

This paper analyses the quality of collaboration of two student teams in a longitudinal study of a collaborative distant architectural studio. Based on a simple method to assess several dimensions of this quality of collaboration, we compared the two groups at three stages of the design process. We also analysed how the quality of collaboration evolved over time and as a function of the design stage. We finally discuss the interests of the method and some insights to support a better understanding of mechanisms of collaboration. [less ▲]

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See detailAn approach to assess the quality of collaboration in technology-mediated design situations.
Burkhardt, Jean-Marie; Détienne, Françoise; Hebert, Anne-Marie et al

in Proceedings of ECCE 2009 : European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics (2009, September)

ur objective is to measure and compare the quality of collaboration in technology-mediated design activities. Our position is to consider collaboration as multidimensional. We present a method to assess ... [more ▼]

ur objective is to measure and compare the quality of collaboration in technology-mediated design activities. Our position is to consider collaboration as multidimensional. We present a method to assess quality of collaboration which is composed of seven dimensions concerning communication processes such as grounding, coordination processes, task-related processes, symmetry of individual contributions as well as motivational processes. This method is used in a study aiming to compare the quality of collaboration in architectural design. In this experimental study, design situations vary according to technology-mediation - co-presence with an augmented reality (AR) environment versus distance with AR and visio-conferencing -, and according to number of participants - pairs versus groups of four architects -. Our results show that distinctive dimensions of collaboration are affected by the technology mediation and/or the number of co-designers. We discuss these results with respect to technology affordances such as visibility and group factors. [less ▲]

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