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A Team Collaboration Space Supporting Capture and Access of Virtual Meetings

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In this paper, we address the design issues of a collaborative workspace system, called TeamSpace, that supports geographically distributed teams by managing shared work processes and maintaining shared artifacts in a project. TeamSpace attempts to integrate both synchronous and asynchronous types of team interaction into a task-oriented environment. Since meetings are an integral part of teamwork, our current work focuses on supporting virtual meetings as part of a larger collaborative work process. We present an initial TeamSpace prototype that supports asynchronous meeting management seamlessly integrated with capture and access of synchronous distributed meetings. The captured synchronous data is integrated with other related information in TeamSpace, enabling users to efficiently gain knowledge of both current and past team activities.


Geyer, Werner; Richter, Heather; Fuchs, Ludwin; Frauenhofer, Tom; Daijavad, Shahrokh; Poltrock, Steven (2001): A Team Collaboration Space Supporting Capture and Access of Virtual Meetings. Proceedings of the 2001 ACM International Conference on Supporting Group Work. DOI: 10.1145/500286.500315. New York, NY, USA: Association for Computing Machinery. pp. 188–196. Boulder, Colorado, USA