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PDC Accepted Papers:

PDC'2000 Accepted Papers: July 2000

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  1. Beeson, Ian; Clodagh Miskelly (University of the West of England, Bristol, UK):
  2. Dialogue and Dissent in Stories of Community

  3. Brandt, Eva; Camilla Grunnet (The Interactive Institute, Malmö, Sweden):
  4. Evoking the future: Drama and props in user centered design

  5. Buur, Jacob (University of Southern Denmark, Sonderborg, Denmark); Thomas Binder (The Interactive Institute, Malmö, Sweden); Eva Brandt (The Interactive Institute, Malmö, Sweden):
  6. Taking Video beyond "Hard Data" in User Centred Design

  7. Chin, George; Karen Schuchardt; James Myers; Debbie Gracio (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland WA, USA):
  8. Participatory Workflow Analysis: Unveiling Scientific Research Processes with Scientists

  9. Cimerman, Benjamin (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, USA):
  10. Participatory Design in Architecture: can computers help?

  11. Doorewaard, Hans (University of Nijmegen, Nijmegen, The Netherlands), Trond Knudsen (Norwegian Computer Center, Oslo, Norway):
  12. Translation Theory and Participation in IT Management

  13. Fagrell, Henrik; Frederik Ljungberg (The Viktoria Institute, Göteborg, Sweden):
  14. Empirically informed knowledge management systems in mobile domains

  15. Gärtner, Johannes (Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria):
  16. Assessing Risks of Participatory Design Projects

  17. Greenbaum, Joan (City University of New York, New York, NY, USA; Dagny Stuedahl (University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway):
  18. Deadlines and Work Practices in New Media Development: It`s about time

  19. Hallberg, Niklas (Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden); Sofie Pilemam (Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden); Sara Jägare (Swedish Trade Union Federation, Stockholm, Sweden); Magnus Irestig (Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden); Toomas Timpka (Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden):
  20. Quality Function Deployment (QFD) extended Future Workshop: An Approach for Effective and Enjoyable User Participation

  21. Hartswood, Mark (University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland); Rob Procter (University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland); Mark Rouncefield (Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK); Michael Sharpe (University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland):
  22. Being There and Doing IT in the Workplace: A Case Study of a Co-Development Approach in Healthcare

  23. Herrmann, Thomas; Kai-Uwe Loser; Klaus Moysich (University of Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany):
  24. Intertwining Training and Participatory Design for the Development of Groupware Applications

  25. Kensing, Finn (The IT University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark):
  26. PD in Organizational Context--a conceptual framework

  27. Maher, Mary Lou; Simeon J. Simoff (University of Sidney, NSW, Australia):
  28. Participatory Design and Communication in Virtual Environments

  29. Nett, Bernhard (MA&T GmbH, Aachen, Germany); Paul Fuchs-Frohnhofen (MA&T GmbH, Aachen, Germany); Volker Wulf (University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany):
  30. Obstacles to tele-cooperation in engineering networks of the building industry

  31. Orr, Julian E. (Work Practice & Technology Associates, Pescadero, CA, USA):
  32. Lessons from Frankenstein on Technology and Society

  33. Pilemalm, Sofie; Niklas Hallberg; Toomas Timpka (Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden):
  34. From Utopia to DLK — the Management of External Voices in Large Participatory Design Projects

  35. Randall, Dave; William L. Mitchell; Daphne Economou (Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK):
  36. "God is an Alien": Understanding Informant Responses through User Participation and Observation

  37. Suzuki, Hideyuki (Ibaraki University, Bunkyo Mito Ibaraki, Japan); Hiroshi Kato (NIME, Wakaba Mihama Chiba, Japan); Etsuji Yamaguchi (Kobe University, Kobe, Japan); Shigenori Inagaki (Kobe University, Kobe, Japan):
  38. An ethnographic investigation of the learning of a teacher-as-local-expert in the first phase of introducing computers into an elementary school

  39. Trigg, Randall H. (The Global Fund For Women, Palo Alto, USA):
  40. From Sandbox to "Fundbox": Weaving participatory design into the fabric of a busy non-profit

  41. Törpel, Bettina (University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany):
  42. Self-employed Labor meets Codetermination — Participatory Design Processes in Network Organizations

  43. Voß, Alexander; Rob Procter; Robin Williams (University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland):
  44. Innovation in Use: Interleaving day-to-day operation and systems development

  45. Wagner, Ina (Vienna University of Technology, Wien, Austria); Martin Kompast (Vienna University of Technology, Wien, Austria); Rüdiger Lainer (University of Fine Arts in Vienna, Wien, Austria):
  46. Multiple voices in the graphic design of a visual information system

  47. Yamacli, Rusen (Anadolu University, Eskisehir, Turkey):
  48. An Approach To Digital Technology Integration In Architectural Curriculum And Studio

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