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JONATHAN THOMAS GRUDIN

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EDUCATION

EMPLOYMENT

1974 - 1975
Computer Programmer
Wang Laboratories
 
1976 - 1979
Research Assistant/Visiting Scientist
Psychology & Artificial Intelligence Laboratories
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
1982/1983
NATO Postdoctoral Fellow/Research Scientist
Medical Research Council, Applied Psychology Unit
Cambridge, England
 
1983 - 1986
Senior/Principal Software Engineer
Wang Laboratories
 
1986 - 1989
Member of Technical Staff and Team Leader
MCC (Austin, Texas)
 
1989 - 1991
Visiting Faculty Member
Computer Science Department
Aarhus University
 
1991 - present
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor
Information and Computer Science
University of California, Irvine
 
1995
Toshiba Chair Visiting Professor
Faculty of Science and Technology
Keio University
 
1997 (until July)
Visting Professor
Department of Informatics
University of Oslo
 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Editor-in-Chief  starting 1997
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction
   

 Editorial Boards

 
Interacting with Computers  1988 - present
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)  1991 - present
Collaborative Computing (merged with CSCW in 1996)  1992 - 1996
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  1992 - 1997
Information Systems Research  1993 - present
Information Technology & People  1993 - present
interactions  1993 - present
Human-Computer Interaction  1994 - present
Personal Technologies  1996 - present
Cambridge University Press series/program on HCI  1989 - present
Morgan Kaufmann series on User Interface Design  1996 - present
Guest Editor 1991
Communications of the ACM Special Issue on Collaborative Computing  
   

Program Committees

 
ACM SIGCHI CHI Conferences (9)  1987 - 1995
CSCW Conferences (4)  1990 - 1996
IFIG WG8.4 Conferences (2)  1990 - 1996
INTERACT Conferences (2)  1990 - 1995
East-West HCI Conferences (4)  1992 - 1995
Participatory Design Conferences (2)  1992 - 1994
Irvine/California Software Symposium (3)  1994 - 1996
Sorrento Workshop on Software Engineering and HCI  1994
Computers in Context'95: Third Decennial Conference  1995
ECSCW'95 Conferences (2) (European CSCW)  1995 - 1997
International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems  1996
WWCA'97 (Worldwide Computing & Its Applications) (2)  1997 - 1998
APHCI'98 (Asia-Pacific Conference on Human-Computer Interaction)  1998
HCI-Aero'98 (HCI in Aeronautics)  1998
COOP'98 (Conference on Design of Cooperative Systems)  1998
   
Conference Chair
CSCW'98 (Co-chair)  1998

 Conference Committees

 
ACM SIGCHI CHI'89 (Industry Liaison  1989
EC-CSCW'89 Conference (U.S. Liaison)  1989
East-West HCI Conferences (3) ('92 Program Co-chair)  1992 - 1994
INTERCHI'93 (Associate Papers Chair)  1993
CHI'94 (Associate Papers Chair)  1994
Irvine Software Symposium (ISS'94) (Co-chair)  1994
WISRD'94 Workshop on IS R&D (2) (Co-organizer)  1994 - 1996
CHI'95 (Short Papers and Posters Co-chair)  1995
CSCW'96 (Panels Chair)  1996

 Conference Events

 
Organizer and Moderator, CHI '88 Panel on Human Factors in Software Development  1988
Co-organizer, CHI'92 Cross-cultural Issues Workshop  1992
Co-organizer, CHI'92 Research Symposium  1992
   

 Administrative Offices

 
Secretary, ANSI X3V1 Task Group 1 (Steering Group)  1994 - 1986
Vice President, Austin Chapter of ACM SIGCHI  1987 - 1989
Recording Secretary, ACM SIGCHI  1988 - 1989
Advisory Board, ACM SIGCHIAdvisory Board, ACM SIGCHI  1990 - 1991
Co-organizer, Central Europe HCI Roadshow  1993

 

PROFESSIONAL REVIEWING

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PUBLICATIONS and MANUSCRIPTS

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Books

1. Baecker, R.M., Grudin, J., Buxton, W.A.S. and Greenberg, S., (Eds.), 1995. Readings in Human-Computer Interaction: Toward the Year 2000. San Mateo, CA: Morgan Kaufmann.

Journal Articles

1. Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition, 1979. Cross-cultural psychology's challenge to our ideas of children and development. American Psychologist, 34, 827-833.

2. Grudin, J., 1980. Processes in verbal analogy solution. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 6, 67-74.

3. Grudin, J., 1983. Non-hierarchic specification of components in transcription typewriting. Acta Psychologica, 54, 249-262.

4. Grudin, J., 1984. Identification of skilled typists. Journal of the Forensic Science Society, 24, 127-130.

5. Grudin, J. and Barnard, P., 1984. The cognitive demands of learning and representing command names for text-editing. Human Factors, 26, 407-422.

6. Gentner, D. and Grudin, J., 1985. The evolution of mental metaphors in psychology: A ninety-year retrospective. American Psychologist, 40, 181-192.

7. Gentner, D.R., Larochelle, S. and Grudin, J., 1988. Lexical, sublexical and peripheral effects in skilled typewriting. Cognitive Psychology, 20, 524-548.

8. Grudin, J., 1989. The case against user interface consistency. Communications of the ACM, 32, 10, 1164-1173.

9. Grudin, J., 1989. Why groupware applications fail: Problems in design and evaluation. Office: Technology and People, 4, 3, 245-264.

10. Grudin, J., 1991. Obstacles to user involvement in software product development, with implications for CSCW. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 34, 3, 435-452.

11. Grudin, J., 1991. The Development of Interactive Systems: Bridging the Gaps Between Developers and Users. IEEE Computer, 24, 4, 59-69.

12. Grudin, J., 1991. Systematic sources of suboptimal interface design in large product development organizations. Human-Computer Interaction, 6, 2, 147-196.

13. Grudin, J., 1991. Introduction to special issue on collaborative computing. Communications of the ACM, 34, 12, 30-34. (Invited, then peer-reviewed.)

14. Fischer, G., Grudin, J., Lemke, A., McCall, R., Ostwald, J., Reeves, B. and Shipman, F., 1992. Supporting indirect collaborative design with integrated knowledge-based design environments. Human-Computer Interaction, 7, 3, 281-314.

15. Grudin, J., 1992. Consistency, standards, and formal approaches to interface development and evaluation: A note on Wiecha, Bennett, Boies, Gould, and Greene. ACM Transactions on Information Systems, 10, 1, 103-111. (Peer-reviewed 9-page "Technical Correspondence.")

16. Grudin, J., 1992. Utility and usability: Research issues and development contexts. Interacting with Computers, 4, 2, 209-217. (Republication of conference paper.)

17. Grudin, J., 1993. Interface: An evolving concept. Communications of the ACM, 36, 4, 110-119.

18. Ishii, H., Kobayashi, M. and Grudin, J., 1993. Integration of interpersonal space and shared workspace: ClearBoard design and experiments. ACM Transactions on Information Systems, 11, 4, 349-375.

19. Grudin, J. 1994. Groupware and Social Dynamics: Eight Challenges for Developers. Communications of the ACM, 37, 1, 92-105.

20. Poltrock, S.E. and Grudin, J., 1994. Organizational obstacles to interface design and development: Two participant observer studies. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 1, 1, 52-80.

21. Grudin, J., 1994.Computer-Supported Cooperative Work: Its History and Participation. IEEE Computer, 27, 5, 19-26.

22. Gentner, D. R. and Grudin, J., 1996. Human interface design models: Lessons for computer human interfaces. IEEE Computer, 29, 6, 28-35.

Book Chapters

1. Gentner, D.R., Grudin, J., Larochelle, S., Norman, D.A. and Rumelhart, D.E., 1983. A glossary of terms including a classification of typing errors. In W.E. Cooper (Ed.), Cognitive aspects of skilled typewriting (pp. 39-43). New York: Springer-Verlag.

2. Grudin, J., 1983. Error patterns in novice and skilled transcription typing. In W.E. Cooper (Ed.), Cognitive aspects of skilled typewriting (pp. 121-143). New York: Springer-Verlag.

3. Barnard, P. and Grudin, J., 1988. Command names. In M. Helander (Ed.), Handbook of human-computer interaction (pp. 237-255). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

4. Barnard, P., Grudin, J. and MacLean, A., 1989. Developing a science base for the naming of computer commands. In J. Long and A. Whitefield (Eds.), Cognitive ergonomics and human-computer interaction (pp. 95-133). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

5. Grudin, J., 1990. Groupware and cooperative work: Problems and prospects. In B. Laurel (Ed.), The art of human-computer interface design (pp. 171-185). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

6. Hollan, J., Rich, E., Hill, W., Wroblewski, D., Wilner, W., Wittenburg, K. and Grudin, J., 1991. An introduction to HITS: Human Interface Tool Suite. In J.W. Sullivan and S.W. Tyler (Eds.), Intelligent user interfaces (pp. 293-338). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

7. Grudin, J., 1991. Obstacles to user involvement in software product development, with implications for CSCW. In S. Greenberg (Ed.), Computer supported cooperative work and groupware (pp. 313-330). London: Academic. (Republication of journal article.)

8. Grudin, J., 1992. Why CSCW applications fail: Problems in the design and evaluation of organizational interfaces. In D. Marca and G. Bock (Eds.), Groupware: Software for computer-supported cooperative work (pp. 552-560). Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Press. (Republication of conference paper.)

9. Grønbæk, K., Grudin, J., Bødker, S. and Bannon, L., 1993. Achieving cooperative system design: Shifting from a product to a process focus. In D. Schuler and A. Namioka (Eds.), Participatory design: principles and practices (pp. 79-97). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

10. Grudin, J., 1993. Obstacles to participatory design in large product development organizations. In D. Schuler and A. Namioka (Eds.), Participatory design: principles and practices (pp. 99-119). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

11. Grudin, J., 1993. Groupware and cooperative work: Problems and prospects. In R.M. Baecker (Ed.), Readings in groupware and computer-supported cooperative work: Assisting human-human collaboration (pp. 97-105). San Mateo, CA: Morgan Kaufmann. (Republication of book chapter.)

12. Ishii, H., Kobayashi, M. and Grudin, J., 1995. Integration of interpersonal space and shared workspace: ClearBoard design and experiments. In S. Greenberg, S. Hayne and R. Rada (Eds.), Groupware for real time drawing: A designer's guide (pp. 96-125). NY: McGraw-Hill. (Republication of journal article.)

13. Grudin, J., 1995. Interactive systems: Bridging the gaps between developers and users. In R.M. Baecker, J. Grudin, W.A.S. Buxton and S. Greenberg (Eds.), Readings in Human-Computer Interaction: Toward the Year 2000 (pp. 293-303). San Mateo, CA: Morgan Kaufmann. (Republication of journal article.)

14. Grudin, J., 1995. Groupware and social dynamics: Eight challenges for developers. In R.M. Baecker, J. Grudin, W.A.S. Buxton and S. Greenberg (Eds.), Readings in Human-Computer Interaction: Toward the Year 2000 (pp. 762-774). San Mateo, CA: Morgan Kaufmann. (Republication of journal article.)

15. Grudin, J. and Poltrock, S., 1995. Software Engineering and the CHI & CSCW Communities. In R. N. Taylor and J. Coutaz (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science 896: Software Engineering and Human-Computer Interaction (pp. 93-112). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

16. Grudin, J., 1996. Evaluating opportunities for design capture. In T. Moran and J. Carroll (Eds.), Design Rationale: concepts, techniques, and use (pp. 453-470). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

17. Poltrock, S.E. and Grudin, J., 1996. Organizational obstacles to interface design and development: Two participant observer studies. In M. Rudisill, C. Lewis, P.G. Polson and T.D. McKay (Eds.), Human-Computer Interface Design: Success Cases, Emerging Methods, and Real-World Context (pp. 303-337). San Mateo: Morgan Kaufmann. (Republication of journal article.)

18. Poltrock, S.E. and Grudin, J., 1996. Interface Development in a Large Organization: An Obser-vational Study. In R. Kling (Ed.), Computerization and Controversy: Value Conflicts and Social Choices. 2nd Edition. (pp. 326-347). San Diego: Academic Press. (Revision of journal article.)

19.Grudin, J. and Markus, M.L. 1997. The organizational contexts of development and use. In A. Tucker (Ed.), CRC Handbook of Computer Science and Engineering. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

20. Grudin, J. and Poltrock, S.E. 1997. Computer-supported cooperative work and groupware. In M. Zelkowitz (Ed.), Advances in Computers. Orlando, FL: Academic Press.

21. Grudin, J. and Markus, M.L. 1997. Organizational issues in development and implementation of interactive systems. In M. Helander and T. Landauer (Eds.), Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction (2nd Edition). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

22. Grudin, J. and Palen, L., 1997. Emerging Groupware Successes in Major Corporations: Studies of Adoption and Adaptation. In M. Tsukamoto (Ed.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1274: Emerging Technologies for Network Computing and Their Social Impacts (pp. 142-153). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

23. Grudin, J., in press. CSCW and groupware: Their history and trajectory. In Y. Matsushita and E. Kuwana (Eds.), Designing Communication and Collaboration Support Systems. Information Processing Systems of Japan.

24. Fischer, G., Grudin, J., McCall, R., Ostwald, J., Redmiles, D., Reeves, B. and Shipman, F., in press. Seeding, evolutionary growth and reseeding: The incremental development of collaborative design environments. In G. Olson, J. Smith and T. Malone (Eds.), Coordination theory and collaboration technology.

25. Grudin, J. and Poltrock, S.E., in press. Groupware. In J.G. Webster (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. New York: Wiley.

Conference Proceedings

These conference series abbreviations are used:

CHI for the ACM SIGCHI Conferences on Human Factors in Computing Systems
INTERACT for the IFIP Conferences on Human-Computer Interaction
CSCW for the CSCW Conferences on Computer Supported Cooperative Work
ECSCW for the European CSCW Conferences on Computer Supported Cooperative Work
 

1. Gentner, D. and Grudin, J., 1983. Ninety years of mental metaphors. Proc. Fifth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.

2. Grudin, J. and MacLean, A., 1984. Adapting a psychophysical method to measure performance and preference tradeoffs in human-computer interaction. Proc. INTERACT'84, 338-342. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

3. Grudin, J. and Barnard, P., 1984. The role of prior task experience in command name abbreviation. Proc. INTERACT'84, 439-443. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

4. Grudin, J. and Barnard, P., 1985. When does an abbreviation become a word? and related questions. Proc. CHI'85, 121-125. New York: ACM.

5. Grudin, J., 1986. Designing in the dark: Logics that compete with the user. Proc. CHI'86, 281-284. New York: ACM.

6. Grudin, J., Ehrlich, S.F. and Shriner, R., 1987. Positioning human factors in the user interface development chain. Proc. CHI+GI'87, 125-131. New York: ACM.

7. Grudin, J., 1987. Social evaluation of the user interface: Who does the work and who gets the benefit? Proc. INTERACT'87, 805-811. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

8. Grudin, J., 1988. Why CSCW applications fail: Problems in the design and evaluation of organizational interfaces. Proc. CSCW'88, 85-93. New York: ACM.

9. Grudin, J. and Poltrock, S., 1989. User interface design in large corporations: Coordination and communication across disciplines. Proc. CHI'89, 197-203. New York: ACM.

10. Gentner, D. and Grudin, J., 1990. Why good engineers (sometimes) create bad interfaces. Proc. CHI'90, 277-282. New York: ACM.

11. Grudin, J., 1990. The computer reaches out: The historical continuity of interface design. Proc. CHI'90, 261-268. New York: ACM.

12. Grudin, J., 1990. Obstacles to user involvement in interface design in large product development organizations. Proc. INTERACT'90, 219-224. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

13. Grudin, J., 1990. interface. Proc. CSCW'90, 269-278. New York: ACM.

14. Grudin, J. and Norman, D.A., 1991. Language evolution and human-computer interaction. Proc. 13th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 611-616. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

15. Grudin, J., 1991. CSCW: The convergence of two development paradigms. Proc. CHI'91, 91-97. New York: ACM.

16. Grudin, J., 1991. Utility and usability: Research issues and development contexts. Proc. First Moscow International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 18-22. Moscow: ICSTI.

17. Ishii, H., Kobayashi, M. and Grudin, J., 1992. Integration of inter-personal space and shared workspace: ClearBoard design and experiments. Proc. CSCW'92, 33-42. New York: ACM.

18. Grudin, J., 1993. The CSCW Forum. Proc. 26th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 4, 51-58. Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press.

19. Frederiksen, N., Grudin, J., and Laursen, B., 1995. Inseparability of design and use: An experimental study of design consistency. Proc. Computers in Context'95, 83-89. Aarhus: Aarhus University.

20. Grudin, J. and Palen, L., 1995. Why Groupware Succeeds: Discretion or Mandate? Proc. ECSCW'95, 263-278. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer.

Conference Proceedings - Invited Papers

1. Grudin, J., 1990. Constraints in product development organizations. Proc. Participatory Design Conference, 14-21. (Plenary paper.)

2. Bannon, L.J. and Grudin, J., 1990. Organizational barriers to innovation in IT development and use. Precedings of the 13th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia (IRIS).

3. Grudin, J., 1991. Groupware and CSCW: Why now? Proc. Groupware' 91 Conference. Amsterdam: SERC. (Opening plenary paper.)

4. Poltrock, S.E. and Grudin, J., 1992. Participant-observer studies of interface design and development. Precedings of the 15th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia (IRIS), 285-309. (Opening plenary paper.)

5. Grudin, J., 1995. The history and future of CSCW and groupware: A personal view. IPSJ SIG Notes, 95, 57, 31-36. Invited paper.

6. Grudin, J., 1995. Computer supported cooperative work and groupware: History, current successes, and future promise. Proc. Multimedia: Tools, applications and trends, 84-87.

7. Grudin, J. and Palen, L., 1997. Emerging groupware successes in major corporations: Studies of adoption and adaptation. Proc.WWCA97: Emerging Technologies for Network Computing .

Conference Reviews

1. Grudin, J., 1989. CSCW'88: Report on the Conference and Review of the Proceedings. SIGCHI Bulletin, 20, 4, 80-841.

2. Grudin, J., 1991. A Tale of Two Cities: CSCW in Europe and the United States. SIGCHI Bulletin, 23, 3, 22-24.

3. Cypher, A., Grudin, J., MacLean, A., Naimark, M., Okada, K., Patel, M., Press, L., Price, B., Tarantola, C. and Welles, M., 1991. The First Moscow International Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction. SIGCHI Bulletin, 23, 4, 11-12.

4. Grudin, J., MacLean, A. and Overmyer, S., 1993. Report on the 1992 East-West International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. SIGCHI Bulletin, 25, 2, 36-39.

5. Grudin, J., MacLean, A. and Overmyer, S., 1993. Report on the 1992 East-West International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Human Factors Society Bulletin, 36, 4, 3.

Abstracts

1. Grudin, J., 1982. The organization of serial order in typing (Doctoral dissertation, University of California at San Diego, 1981). Dissertation Abstracts International, 42, 3802B-3881B. (University Microfilms No. 82-05, 336.)

2. Grudin, J., 1987. Deploying human factors resources in the computer industry. Proc. International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (Honolulu, August 10-15).

3. Grudin, J., 1990. Working where it will make the most difference: An historical argument for augmentation over agents. Proc. AAAI Symposium on Knowledge-Based Human-Computer Communication (Stanford, March 27-29), 44-45.

4. Grudin, J., 1990. Two views from the interface. Proc. Second International Congress for Research on Activity Theory (Lahti, Finland, May 22-25).

5. Grudin, J., 1991. Social and cognitive aspects of CSCW. Proc. FRIEND21 International Symposium of Next Generation Human Interface Technologies. Tokyo, November 25-27.

Magazines and Newsletters

1. Grudin, J., 1988. The Standards Factor: ANSI Technical Advisory Group X3V1 and User Interface Standards. SIGCHI Bulletin, 20, 1, 16-19.

2. Grudin, J., 1988. A Partial Overview of Standards Activity. CP News, 13, 2, 2-3. (Human Factors Society Consumer Products Technical Group.)

3. Grudin, J., 1988. Perils and Pitfalls (Groupware In Depth). BYTE, December, 261-264.

4. Grudin, J., 1990. A Foolish Consistency. BYTE StopBit article, March, 364.

5. Grudin, J., 1996. Regrouping for Groupware. American Programmer, 9, 8, 7-10.

6. Grudin, J., 1997. A Case Study of Calendar Use In An Organization. SIGOIS Bulletin, 17, 3, 49-51.

Other Publications

1. Grudin, J., 1988. Integrating human factors and software development. (Panel introduction.) Proc. CHI'88, 157. New York: ACM.

2. Grudin, J., 1990. Task analysis. (Panel position statement.) Proc. INTERACT'90, 1051-1052. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

3. Grudin, J., 1990. Participatory design of computer systems. (Panel position statement.) Proc. CHI'90, 142-143. New York: ACM.

4. Grudin, J., 1994. Communities of design practice. (Invited commentary.) Human-Computer Interaction, 9, 1, 74-77.

5. Grudin, J. and Grinter, R.E., 1995. Ethnography and design. (Invited commentary.) Computer Supported Cooperative Work: An International Journal, 3, 1, 55-59.

6. Grudin, J., and Fielding, R. T., 1995. Working group on design methods and processes. (Workshop summary.) In R. N. Taylor and J. Coutaz (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science 896: Software Engineering and Human-Computer Interaction (pp. 4-8). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

7. Grudin, J., 1996. The organizational contexts of development and use. (Invited short article.) ACM Computing Surveys, 28, 1, 169-171.

8. Grudin, J., 1996. A case study of calendar use in an organization. (Workshop paper.) SIGOIS Bulletin, 17, 3, 49-51.

9. Grudin, J., 1996. The end of exile. (Invited short article.) ACM Computing Surveys, 28A (electronic).

10. Grudin, J. and Poltrock, S., 1990-1997 Computer-supported cooperative work and groupware. E.g., ECSCW'95 Tutorial Notes. (119 pages). CHI'96 Tutorial Notes. (ACM, 123 pages).

RESEARCH CONSULTING and GRANTS

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS and INVITED TALKS (1995-1997)

1995

HCIC'95 Workshop on Human-Information Highway Interaction (Frasier, CO, February 16). Glass Boxes and Goldfish Bowls: Behavior in a More Visible World. Invited keynote address.

Aarhus University (Aarhus, Denmark, March 22). CSCW and groupware. Invited lecture.

Toshiba Research and Development Center (Kawasaki, Japan, April 3). CSCW and groupware. Invited lecture.

Keio University (Hiyoshi, Japan, April 26). Evolving interface design models. Colloquium.

CHI'95 Conference on Computer and Human Interaction (Denver, May 7-11). Groupware and workflow. Tutorial presented with Steven Poltrock.

Sony Computer Systems Laboratory (Tokyo, May 18). Evolving interface design models. Invited lecture.

Hitachi Systems Development Laboratory (Yokohama, May 22). Research in Computer-Supported Cooperative Work. Invited lecture.

Japan SIGGW and SIGHCS Joint Meeting (Sapporo, June 8). The history and future of CSCW and groupware: A personal view. Invited address.

Keio University (Fujisawa, Japan, June 20). Groupware and social dynamics. Colloquium.

Nanyang Technological University (Singapore, July 3). Developing interactive systems: Historical factors and recent changes. Colloquium.

National University of Singapore (Singapore, July 4). Groupware and social dynamics. Colloquium.

Chukyo University (Nagoya, Japan, July 18). Groupware and social dynamics. Invited lecture.

Computers in Context '95 (Aarhus, August 14-18). Inseparability of design and use: An experimental study of design consistency. Paper presentation with Nicolette Frederiksen and Bente Laursen.

Computers in Context '95 (Aarhus, August 14-18). On styles, artifacts and quality-in-use. Paper discussant (invited).

Work, Interaction and Technology in Complex Organizational Environments (London, September 7-8). Innovation and Deviation. Invited address.

ECSCW'95 Conference (Stockholm, September 10-15). Groupware and workflow. Tutorial presented with Steven Poltrock.

ECSCW'95 Conference (Stockholm, September 10-15). Why groupware succeeds: Discretion or mandate? Paper presented with Leysia Palen.

Stanford University (October 6). Enabling and constraining effects of new technologies. Invited lecture.

Boeing Information and Support Services (Bellevue, WA, December 1). Groupware: An idea whose place has come. Invited lecture.

Multimedia Symposium (Dammam, Saudi Arabia, December 4). Groupware and computer supported cooperative work. Tutorial presented with Steven Poltrock.

Multimedia Symposium (Dammam, Saudi Arabia, December 6). Computer supported cooperative work and groupware: History, current successes, and future promise. Invited lecture.

1996

Stanford University (January 17). Computer-supported cooperative work and groupware. Invited lecture.

University of California, Berkeley (January 17). The case against user interface consistency. Colloquium.

University of California Office of the President (Oakland, January 22). Pathways evaluation study: Preliminary report. Presentation with Mark Ackerman and Jack Muramatsu.

CHI'96 Conference on Computer and Human Interaction (Vancouver, BC, April 13-18). CSCW, groupware, and workflow: Experiences, state of the art, and future trends. Tutorial presented with Steven Poltrock.

ICPADS'96 International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems (Tokyo, June 3-6). Groupware and workflow systems: Where technical and social issues merge. Invited tutorial.

ACM Workshop on Strategic Directions in Computing Research (MIT, Cambridge, June 14-15). CSCW, social issues, societal impact. Invited presentation.

Boeing Information and Support Services (Bellevue, WA, August 6). Analyzing requirements in a collaborative environment. Invited lecture.

Boeing Information and Support Services (Bellevue, WA, August 13). Groupware success: Experiences with calendars and scheduling. Invited lecture.

University of Oslo (Oslo, Norway, August 28). Two studies of groupware use. Seminar.

Bay Area Roundtable (Palo Alto, October 11). Distributed technologies from the perspective of computer-supported cooperative work and groupware. Invited presentation.

CSCW'96 Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (Cambridge, MA, November 15). A case study of calender use in an organization. Workshop presentation.

CSCW'96 Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (Cambridge, MA, November 16). CSCW overview. Tutorial presented with Steve Poltrock and John Patterson.

CSCW'96 Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (Cambridge, MA, November 17). CSCW, groupware, and workflow: Experiences, state-of-the-art, and future trends. Tutorial presented with Steven Poltrock.

Mensch-Maschine-Kommunikation MMK'96 (Brandenburg, Germany, November 25). Information visibility in groups: Specific benefits, general concerns. Opening keynote address.

1997

WWCA97: Emerging Technologies for Network Computing and Their Social Impacts (Tsukuba, Japan, March 11). Emerging groupware successes in major corporations: Studies of adoption and adaptation. Invited presentation.

Bodø College (Bodø, Norway, April 15, 1997). Issues in interface design. Invited presentation.

Linköping University (Linköping, Sweden, May 5). Social and organizational contexts of software development and use. Invited presentation.

Umeå University (Umeå, Sweden, May 6). Groupware successes in major corporations: Studies of adoption and adaptation. Invited presentation.

Agder College (Kristiansand, Norway, May 20). Evolving interface design models and the challenges of new technologies. Invited presentation.

Ericsson (Oslo, May 26). History of Usability and Groupware. Invited presentation.

Norwegian Special Interest Group for User Interfaces (Oslo, May 27). Groupware research: Studies of adoption and adaptation. Invited lecture.

Nokobit'97 (Bodø, Norway, June 12). Groupware successes in major corporations: Studies of adoption and adaptation. Opening keynote address.

INTERACT'97 (Sydney, Australia, July 14). CSCW, groupware, and workflow: Experiences, state-of-the-art, and future trends. Full-day tutorial.

Human-Centered Design of Organizational Memory Systems (Saint-Lary, France, August 26). CSCW, groupware, and workflow systems. Invited lecture.

Human-Centered Design of Organizational Memory Systems (Saint-Lary, France, August 28). Overcoming Groupware challenges: Case studies of a slowly emerging success. Invited lecture.

GMD (Bonn, September 1). Groupware successes in major corporations: Studies of adoption and adaptation; the opportunities and challenges of increased visibility. Invited lecture.

GMD (Bonn, September 2). Interface consistency, language evolution, and software design. Invited lecture.

GMD (Darmstadt, September 3). Groupware: Early failures, current successes, and future challenges. Invited lecture.

ECSCW'97 Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (Lancaster, UK, September 8). CSCW, groupware, and workflow: Experiences, state-of-the-art, and future trends. Full-day tutorial presented with Steven Poltrock.

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