SENG 435

Computer-Supported Collaborative Work

Units: 1.5

Hours: 3-1

Most of the work that people do requires some degree of coordination and communication with others. Successful designs require: (1) social psychological insight into group processes; (2) computer science insight into mechanisms to organize information, coordinate, share, and communicate, and (3) HCI design insight to achieve successful designs for computer-mediated tools. Focuses primarily on the first two and examines problems and solutions in group coordination and systems including group decision support, organizational memory, virtual spaces, and collaborative design.


Undergraduate course in Software Engineering offered by the Software Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering.

Fall 2017 Spring 2018 Summer 2018

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