Temporal Patterns of Communication: Media Combos
|Su, Norman Makoto
|Today's employees are expected to be adept at the usage of multiple communication mediums. With secretaries now regarded as a frivolous luxury, people have essentially become professional secretaries" of their own interactions. A large body of research in the HCI and CSCW literature has examined how information workers have appropriated certain communication mediums in order to accomplish work. However, how people must combine and integrate a multitude of media adroitly throughout a limited workday (approximately 8 hours) has been relatively ignored. Namely, I propose to examine through a combination of qualitative and quantitative techniques the temporal and sequential interdependence of different kinds of media. I will examine how/why such media combos arise and their psychological affects in the workplace."
|Association for Computing Machinery
|Proceedings of the 2009 ACM International Conference on Supporting Group Work
|Temporal Patterns of Communication: Media Combos
|New York, NY, USA
|Sanibel Island, Florida, USA