The spread of social computing, cloud computing, Internet of Things, and co-creation tools pushes the use of technology toward a more social dimension and toward the creation of enormous quantity of data. Cultures of participation aims at providing end users that are not experts in computer science nor have the skills specific to the domain at hand, with tools to actively participate and solve problems that are personally meaningfully to them, without necessarily the intervention of skilled professionals. The CoPDA Workshop is in its third edition, after the first one that was held in 2013 during the International Symposium on End-User Development (IS-EUD) in Copenhagen (Denmark)[1] and the second one held in 2014 during the International Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI) [2]. This edition focuses on problems, tools, techniques and strategies for coping with information, participation, and collaboration overload.

CEUR Workshop Proceedings Cultures of participation in the digital age: Coping with information, participation, and collaboration overload

PICCINNO, ANTONIO;
2015

Abstract

The spread of social computing, cloud computing, Internet of Things, and co-creation tools pushes the use of technology toward a more social dimension and toward the creation of enormous quantity of data. Cultures of participation aims at providing end users that are not experts in computer science nor have the skills specific to the domain at hand, with tools to actively participate and solve problems that are personally meaningfully to them, without necessarily the intervention of skilled professionals. The CoPDA Workshop is in its third edition, after the first one that was held in 2013 during the International Symposium on End-User Development (IS-EUD) in Copenhagen (Denmark)[1] and the second one held in 2014 during the International Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI) [2]. This edition focuses on problems, tools, techniques and strategies for coping with information, participation, and collaboration overload.
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