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    SFB 1187: Medien der Kooperation

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    Förderung: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)

    Laufzeit: seit 2016

    Ansprechpartner: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Volker Wulf (stellv. Leiter)

    Teilprojekte

    INF – Infrastrukturkonzepte für die Beforschung kooperativer Medien
    Ansprechpartner: Univ.- Prof. Dr. Volkmar Pipek – Dr. Matthias KornGaia Mosconi, M.A.

    A05 – Kooperative Herstellung von Nutzerautonomie im Kontext der alternden Gesellschaft
    Ansprechpartner: Jun.-Prof. Dr. Claudia MüllerMarén Schorch

    B04 – Digitale Öffentlichkeiten und gesellschaftliche Transformation im Maghreb
    Ansprechpartner: Univ.- Prof. Dr. Volker WulfPD Dr. Markus RohdeKonstantin Aal

    SFB 1187: Medien der Kooperation

    Die digitalen vernetzten Medien haben sich auf breiter Front als kooperative Werkzeuge, Plattformen und Infrastrukturen herausgestellt. Dieser Entwicklung folgend werden zahlreiche öffentliche Debatten zur „digitalen Partizipation“, zur Karriere der „Sozialen Medien“, zu den normativen und rechtlichen Grundlagen einer „digitalen Kultur“, und zur Überschneidung von medialer Produktion, Distribution und Konsumtion geführt, auf die bisher von wissenschaftlicher Seite nicht adäquat reagiert worden ist. Von Seiten der Medienforschung lassen sich die digitalen Medien nicht mehr als „Einzelmedien“ verstehen, sie verlangen vielmehr eine praxistheoretische Wende, die sukzessive ins Zentrum der deutschen Medienwissenschaft gerückt ist und ihre Forschungen in einen neuen Kontext stellt.

    Gleichzeitig mit der rezenten Medienentwicklung hat sich in den Sozialwissenschaften und Naturwissenschaften – und seit einigen Jahren auch in den Kulturwissenschaften – eine Intensivierung von Forschungen über Themen der „Kooperation“ ereignet, sowohl in Biologie und Neurobiologie, der globalisierten Verflechtungs- und Umweltgeschichte, der Ethnologie, Archäologie und soziolinguistischen Anthropologie. Die Bedingungen sozialer Kooperation und mit ihnen der Kooperationsbegriff befinden sich in einer unabsehbaren transdisziplinären Debatte, die noch mehrere Jahre fruchtbar bleiben, und ihre Wirkung zwischen wissenschaftlichen und zivilgesellschaftlichen Öffentlichkeiten entfalten wird.

    Für historische und aktuelle Medienpraktiken kann nur ein Kooperationsbegriff angemessen sein, der die Charakterisierungen einer „Kooperation ohne Konsens“ (Star/Griesemer 1989) ermöglicht und die Temporalität alltäglicher Medien-Interaktionen und ihrer transitorischen „Objekte“ (Hindmarsh/Heath 2000) berücksichtigt. Eine entsprechende Arbeitsdefinition, die beidem gerecht wird, kann lauten: Kooperation, (definiert durch) „die wechselseitige Verfertigung gemeinsamer Abläufe, Ziele oder Mittel“. In der interdisziplinären Zusammenarbeit wird es immer Forschungsansätze geben, die vordringlich an der Verfertigung gemeinsamer Ziele oder Abläufe interessiert sind und diese zum Ausgangspunkt des Begriffs machen, während sich ein großer Teil der Medienforschung, wie aus der Etymologie des „Mediums“ nicht anders zu erwarten, auf die Verfertigung gemeinsamer „Mittel“ oder eine wechselseitige „Mitte“ richtet, auch und insbesondere dort, wo gemeinsame Ziele und Abläufe fehlen, oder eine „Kooperation ohne Konsens“ zum Ziel der Abläufe wird.

    Weitere Informationen auf der Webseite www.mediacoop.uni-siegen.de

     

    Programmmodul INF – Infrastrukturkonzepte für die Beforschung kooperativer Medien
    Ansprechpartner: Univ.- Prof. Dr. Volkmar Pipek – Dr. Matthias KornGaia Mosconi, M.A.

    Die vielfältigen Untersuchungen von kooperativen Medien im SFB 1187 führen zu einer Sammlung großer und heterogener Datenmengen über hoch kontextbezogene Kooperationszusammenhänge, die es zu verwalten gilt. Dies stellt eine Herausforderung für ein nachhaltiges Forschungsdatenmanagement dar. Für die ForscherInnen im SFB werden deshalb neue unterstützende Forschungsdateninfrastrukturen konzipiert, die den vielfältigen Herausforderungen gerecht werden. So werden Basisdienste zur Datenspeicherung für ein nachhaltiges Forschungsdatenmanagement entwickelt, die eine Speicherung und Verwaltung von Forschungsdaten über kontextbezogene Kooperationszusammenhänge ermöglichen.

    Die sozio-technische Untersuchung und Gestaltung kooperativer Forschungspraktiken im SFB ist ein weiterer zentraler Aspekt des Teilprojektes. Die interdisziplinäre und kooperative Forschungspraxis wird dabei in einer akteurInnen- und aktivitätsorientierten Weise dokumentiert und für kooperierende ForscherInnen transparent gemacht. Durch die Untersuchung und Gestaltung kooperativer Forschungsmedien thematisiert das Teilprojekt so die Möglichkeiten und Grenzen unterschiedlicher Kooperationsformen in den Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften in der gemeinsamen Erfassung, Analyse und Weiterverwendung von Forschungsdaten.

    Zur Unterstützung kooperativer, digitaler Forschungspraktiken innerhalb und zwischen den Teilprojekten entwickelt und offeriert INF verschiedene Austauschplattformen sowie Forschungswerkzeug und -infrastrukturen für neue Methoden der Datenerhebung und -analyse.

    Weitere Informationen auf der Webseite des Projektes.

    Teilprojekt A05 – Kooperative Herstellung von Nutzerautonomie im Kontext der alternden Gesellschaft
    Ansprechpartner: Jun.-Prof. Dr. Claudia MüllerMarén Schorch

    Teilprojekt B04 – Digitale Öffentlichkeiten und gesellschaftliche Transformation im Maghreb
    Ansprechpartner: Univ.- Prof. Dr. Volker WulfKonstantin Aal

    Publikationen

    2019


    • Botero, A., Karasti, H., Saad-Sulonen, J., Geirbo, H. C., Baker, K., Parmiggiani, E. & Marttila, S. (2019)Drawing Together: Infrastructuring and Politics for Participatory Design – a visual collection of cases, issues, questions, and relevant literature

      Oulu, Finland doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.32382.43849
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @techreport{botero_drawing_2019,
      address = {Oulu, Finland},
      title = {Drawing {Together}: {Infrastructuring} and {Politics} for {Participatory} {Design} - a visual collection of cases, issues, questions, and relevant literature},
      url = {http://urn.fi/urn:isbn:9789526222042},
      institution = {University of Oulu, INTERACT Research Unit},
      author = {Botero, Andrea and Karasti, Helena and Saad-Sulonen, Joanna and Geirbo, Hanne Cecilie and Baker, Karen and Parmiggiani, Elena and Marttila, Sanna},
      year = {2019},
      doi = {10.13140/RG.2.2.32382.43849},
      keywords = {cscw, MdK},
      }

    2018


    • Parmiggiani, E., Karasti, H., Baker, K. & Botero, A. (2018)Politics of environmental research infrastructure formation: When top-down policy-making meets bottom-up fragmentation

      IN Platypus, The CASTAC Blog, Vol. June 2018 doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.23993.83045
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @article{parmiggiani_politics_2018,
      title = {Politics of environmental research infrastructure formation: {When} top-down policy-making meets bottom-up fragmentation},
      volume = {June 2018},
      url = {http://blog.castac.org/2018/06/research-infrastructure/},
      doi = {10.13140/RG.2.2.23993.83045},
      journal = {Platypus, The CASTAC Blog},
      author = {Parmiggiani, Elena and Karasti, Helena and Baker, Karen and Botero, Andrea},
      year = {2018},
      keywords = {cscw, MdK},
      }


    • Wulf, V., Pipek, V., Randall, D., Rohde, M., Schmidt, K. & Stevens, G. (2018)Socio-Informatics – A Practice-based Perspective on the Design and Use of IT Artefacts

      Wulf, V., Pipek, V., Randall, D., Rohde, M., Schmidt, K. & Stevens, G. (Eds.), Publisher: Oxford University Press
      [BibTeX]

      @book{wulf_socio-informatics_2018,
      title = {Socio-{Informatics} - {A} {Practice}-based {Perspective} on the {Design} and {Use} of {IT} {Artefacts}},
      isbn = {978-0-19-873324-9},
      publisher = {Oxford University Press},
      author = {Wulf, Volker and Pipek, Volkmar and Randall, David and Rohde, Markus and Schmidt, Kjeld and Stevens, Gunnar},
      editor = {Wulf, Volker and Pipek, Volkmar and Randall, David and Rohde, Markus and Schmidt, Kjeld and Stevens, Gunnar},
      year = {2018},
      keywords = {CSCW, PRAXLABS, MdK},
      }


    • Pipek, V. & Stevens, G. (2018)Making Use: Understanding, Studying, and Supporting Appropriation

      IN Wulf, V., Pipek, V., Randall, D., Rohde, M., Schmidt, K. & Stevens, G. (Eds.), Socio-Informatics – A Practice-based Perspective on the Design and Use of IT Artefacts
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @incollection{pipek_making_2018,
      title = {Making {Use}: {Understanding}, {Studying}, and {Supporting} {Appropriation}},
      isbn = {978-0-19-873324-9},
      url = {http://www.wineme.uni-siegen.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Chapter-4-Making-Use1.pdf},
      booktitle = {Socio-{Informatics} - {A} {Practice}-based {Perspective} on the {Design} and {Use} of {IT} {Artefacts}},
      publisher = {Oxford University Press},
      author = {Pipek, Volkmar and Stevens, Gunnar},
      editor = {Wulf, Volker and Pipek, Volkmar and Randall, David and Rohde, Markus and Schmidt, Kjeld and Stevens, Gunnar},
      year = {2018},
      keywords = {CSCW, PRAXLABS, MdK},
      pages = {139--176},
      }


    • Karasti, H. & Blomberg, J. (2018)Studying Infrastructuring Ethnographically

      IN Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Vol. 27, Pages: 233–265 doi:10.1007/s10606-017-9296-7
      [BibTeX] [Abstract]

      This paper is motivated by a methodological interest in how to investigate information infrastructures as an empirical, real-world phenomenon. We argue that research on information infrastructures should not be captive to the prevalent method choice of small-scale and short-term studies. Instead research should address the challenges of empirically studying the heterogeneous, extended and complex phenomena of infrastructuring with an emphasis on the necessarily emerging and open-ended processual qualities of information infrastructures. While existing literature identifies issues that make the study of infrastructuring demanding, few propose ways of addressing these challenges. In this paper we review characteristics of information infrastructures identified in the literature that present challenges for their empirical study. We look to current research in the social sciences, particularly anthropology and science and technology studies (STS) that focus on how to study complex and extended phenomena ethnographically, to provide insight into the study of infrastructuring. Specifically, we reflect on infrastructuring as an object of ethnographic inquiry by building on the notion of “constructing the field.” Recent developments in how to conceptualize the ethnographic field are tied both to longstanding traditions and novel developments in anthropology and STS for studying extended and complex phenomena. Through a discussion of how dimensions of information infrastructures have been addressed practically, methodologically, and theoretically we aim to link the notion of constructing the ethnographic field with views on infrastructuring as a particular kind of object of inquiry. Thus we aim to provide an ethnographically sensitive and methodologically oriented “opening” for an alternative ontology for studying infrastructuring ethnographically.

      @article{karasti_studying_2018,
      title = {Studying {Infrastructuring} {Ethnographically}},
      volume = {27},
      issn = {15737551},
      doi = {10.1007/s10606-017-9296-7},
      abstract = {This paper is motivated by a methodological interest in how to investigate information infrastructures as an empirical, real-world phenomenon. We argue that research on information infrastructures should not be captive to the prevalent method choice of small-scale and short-term studies. Instead research should address the challenges of empirically studying the heterogeneous, extended and complex phenomena of infrastructuring with an emphasis on the necessarily emerging and open-ended processual qualities of information infrastructures. While existing literature identifies issues that make the study of infrastructuring demanding, few propose ways of addressing these challenges. In this paper we review characteristics of information infrastructures identified in the literature that present challenges for their empirical study. We look to current research in the social sciences, particularly anthropology and science and technology studies (STS) that focus on how to study complex and extended phenomena ethnographically, to provide insight into the study of infrastructuring. Specifically, we reflect on infrastructuring as an object of ethnographic inquiry by building on the notion of “constructing the field.” Recent developments in how to conceptualize the ethnographic field are tied both to longstanding traditions and novel developments in anthropology and STS for studying extended and complex phenomena. Through a discussion of how dimensions of information infrastructures have been addressed practically, methodologically, and theoretically we aim to link the notion of constructing the ethnographic field with views on infrastructuring as a particular kind of object of inquiry. Thus we aim to provide an ethnographically sensitive and methodologically oriented “opening” for an alternative ontology for studying infrastructuring ethnographically.},
      number = {2},
      journal = {Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)},
      author = {Karasti, Helena and Blomberg, Jeanette},
      year = {2018},
      keywords = {cscw, MdK, Anthropology, Collaborative design, Constructing the field, Dimensions of information infrastructure, Ethnography, Information infrastructure, Infrastructuring, Object of inquiry, Reflexivity, Science and technology studies},
      pages = {233--265},
      }


    • Wulf, V., Stevens, G., Rohde, M. & Korn, M. (2018)Grounded Design: A Research Paradigm in Practice-based Computing

      IN Wulf, V., Pipek, V., Randall, D., Rohde, M., Schmidt, K. & Stevens, G. (Eds.), Socio-Informatics – A Practice-based Perspective on the Design and Use of IT Artefacts
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @incollection{wulf_grounded_2018,
      title = {Grounded {Design}: {A} {Research} {Paradigm} in {Practice}-based {Computing}},
      isbn = {978-0-19-873324-9},
      url = {http://www.wineme.uni-siegen.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Chapter-1-Wulf-et-al-Grounded-Design-edited-DR2.pdf},
      booktitle = {Socio-{Informatics} - {A} {Practice}-based {Perspective} on the {Design} and {Use} of {IT} {Artefacts}},
      publisher = {Oxford University Press},
      author = {Wulf, Volker and Stevens, Gunnar and Rohde, Markus and Korn, Matthias},
      editor = {Wulf, Volker and Pipek, Volkmar and Randall, David and Rohde, Markus and Schmidt, Kjeld and Stevens, Gunnar},
      year = {2018},
      keywords = {CSCW, PRAXLABS, MdK},
      pages = {23--46},
      }


    • Baker, K. S., Botero, A., Geirbo, H. C., Karasti, H., Marttila, S., Parmiggiani, E. & Saad-Sulonen, J. (2018)Infrastructuring in STS: What does infrastructuring look like? When does it look like that? Workshop report

      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @book{baker_infrastructuring_2018,
      title = {Infrastructuring in {STS}: {What} does infrastructuring look like? {When} does it look like that? {Workshop} report},
      url = {https://easst.net/article/what-does-infrastructuring-look-like-in-sts-when-workshop-report/},
      number = {EASST Review Volume 37(4) 2018},
      author = {Baker, Karen S and Botero, Andrea and Geirbo, Hanne Cecilie and Karasti, Helena and Marttila, Sanna and Parmiggiani, Elena and Saad-Sulonen, Joanna},
      year = {2018},
      keywords = {cscw, MdK},
      }


    • Pipek, V., Karasti, H. & Bowker, G. C. (2018)Special Issue: Infrastructuring and Collaborative Design (Part II)

      IN Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Vol. 27
      [BibTeX]

      @article{pipek_special_2018,
      title = {Special {Issue}: {Infrastructuring} and {Collaborative} {Design} ({Part} {II})},
      volume = {27},
      number = {2},
      journal = {Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)},
      author = {Pipek, Volkmar and Karasti, Helena and Bowker, Geoffrey C},
      year = {2018},
      keywords = {cscw, MdK},
      }


    • Karasti, H., Botero, A., Baker, K. & Parmiggiani, E. (2018)Little Data, Big Data, No Data? Data Management in the Era of Research Infrastructures

      doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.16024.65282
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @techreport{karasti_little_2018,
      title = {Little {Data}, {Big} {Data}, {No} {Data}? {Data} {Management} in the {Era} of {Research} {Infrastructures}},
      url = {http://jultika.oulu.fi/Record/isbn978-952-62-2006-2},
      institution = {Workshop Report, April 2018, Hyytiälä Forestry Field Station, Finland. University of Oulu, Finland.},
      author = {Karasti, Helena and Botero, Andrea and Baker, Karen and Parmiggiani, Elena},
      year = {2018},
      doi = {10.13140/RG.2.2.16024.65282},
      keywords = {cscw, MdK},
      }


    • Karasti, H., Pipek, V. & Bowker, G. C. (2018)An Afterword to ‘Infrastructuring and Collaborative Design‘

      IN Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Vol. 27, Pages: 267–289 doi:10.1007/s10606-017-9305-x
      [BibTeX]

      @article{karasti_afterword_2018,
      title = {An {Afterword} to ‘{Infrastructuring} and {Collaborative} {Design}'},
      volume = {27},
      issn = {15737551},
      doi = {10.1007/s10606-017-9305-x},
      number = {2},
      journal = {Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)},
      author = {Karasti, Helena and Pipek, Volkmar and Bowker, Geoffrey C},
      year = {2018},
      keywords = {cscw, Mdk},
      pages = {267--289},
      }


    • Randall, D., Dachtera, J., Dyrks, T., Nett, B., Pipek, V., Ramirez, L., Stevens, G., Wagner, I. & Wulf, V. (2018)Research into Design Research Practices: Supporting an Agenda towards Self-Reflectivity and Transferability

      IN Wulf, V., Pipek, V., Randall, D., Rohde, M., Schmidt, K. & Stevens, G. (Eds.), Socio-Informatics – A Practice-based Perspective on the Design and Use of IT Artefacts
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @incollection{randall_research_2018,
      title = {Research into {Design} {Research} {Practices}: {Supporting} an {Agenda} towards {Self}-{Reflectivity} and {Transferability}},
      isbn = {978-0-19-873324-9},
      url = {http://www.wineme.uni-siegen.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Section-4-Meta-Analysis.pdf},
      booktitle = {Socio-{Informatics} - {A} {Practice}-based {Perspective} on the {Design} and {Use} of {IT} {Artefacts}},
      publisher = {Oxford University Press},
      author = {Randall, Dave and Dachtera, Juri and Dyrks, Tobias and Nett, Bernhard and Pipek, Volkmar and Ramirez, Leonardo and Stevens, Gunnar and Wagner, Ina and Wulf, Volker},
      editor = {Wulf, Volker and Pipek, Volkmar and Randall, David and Rohde, Markus and Schmidt, Kjeld and Stevens, Gunnar},
      year = {2018},
      keywords = {CSCW, PRAXLABS, MdK},
      pages = {491--540},
      }


    • Parmiggiani, E. & Karasti, H. (2018)Surfacing the Arctic: Politics of Participation in Infrastructuring

      New York, NY, USA, Publisher: ACM, Pages: 7:1–7:5 doi:10.1145/3210604.3210625
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @inproceedings{parmiggiani_surfacing_2018,
      address = {New York, NY, USA},
      series = {{PDC} '18},
      title = {Surfacing the {Arctic}: {Politics} of {Participation} in {Infrastructuring}},
      isbn = {978-1-4503-5574-2},
      url = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/3210604.3210625},
      doi = {10.1145/3210604.3210625},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the 15th {Participatory} {Design} {Conference}: {Short} {Papers}, {Situated} {Actions}, {Workshops} and {Tutorial} - {Volume} 2},
      publisher = {ACM},
      author = {Parmiggiani, Elena and Karasti, Helena},
      year = {2018},
      keywords = {cscw, MdK, participation, environment, politics, infrastructuring, relational},
      pages = {7:1--7:5},
      }


    • Baker, K. S. & Karasti, H. (2018)Data Care and Its Politics: Designing for Local Collective Data Management As a Neglected Thing

      New York, NY, USA, Publisher: ACM, Pages: 10:1–10:12 doi:10.1145/3210586.3210587
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @inproceedings{baker_data_2018,
      address = {New York, NY, USA},
      series = {{PDC} '18},
      title = {Data {Care} and {Its} {Politics}: {Designing} for {Local} {Collective} {Data} {Management} {As} a {Neglected} {Thing}},
      isbn = {978-1-4503-6371-6},
      url = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/3210586.3210587},
      doi = {10.1145/3210586.3210587},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the 15th {Participatory} {Design} {Conference}: {Full} {Papers} - {Volume} 1},
      publisher = {ACM},
      author = {Baker, Karen S and Karasti, Helena},
      year = {2018},
      keywords = {cscw, participatory design, MdK, information management, politics, infrastructuring, data care, information infrastructure, local collective data management, matters of care, partnering designer, science and technology studies},
      pages = {10:1--10:12},
      }


    • Wulf, V., Pipek, V. & Randall, D. (2018)Socio-Informatics: Intertwining Analytical and Design-Oriented Research into Social Practices

      IN Wulf, V., Pipek, V., Randall, D., Rohde, M., Schmidt, K. & Stevens, G. (Eds.), Socio-Informatics – A Practice-based Perspective on the Design and Use of IT Artefacts
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @incollection{wulf_socio-informatics_2018-1,
      title = {Socio-{Informatics}: {Intertwining} {Analytical} and {Design}-{Oriented} {Research} into {Social} {Practices}},
      isbn = {978-0-19-873324-9},
      url = {http://www.wineme.uni-siegen.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Epilogue.pdf},
      booktitle = {Socio-{Informatics} - {A} {Practice}-based {Perspective} on the {Design} and {Use} of {IT} {Artefacts}},
      publisher = {Oxford University Press},
      author = {Wulf, Volker and Pipek, Volkmar and Randall, David},
      editor = {Wulf, Volker and Pipek, Volkmar and Randall, David and Rohde, Markus and Schmidt, Kjeld and Stevens, Gunnar},
      year = {2018},
      keywords = {CSCW, PRAXLABS, MdK},
      pages = {541--550},
      }


    • Karasti, H., Botero, A., Parmiggiani, E., Baker, K., Marttila, S., Saad-Sulonen, J. & Geirbo, H. C. (2018)Infrastructuring in PD: What Does Infrastructuring Look Like? When Does It Look Like That?

      New York, NY, USA, Publisher: ACM, Pages: 45:1–45:3 doi:10.1145/3210604.3210618
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @inproceedings{karasti_infrastructuring_2018,
      address = {New York, NY, USA},
      series = {{PDC} '18},
      title = {Infrastructuring in {PD}: {What} {Does} {Infrastructuring} {Look} {Like}? {When} {Does} {It} {Look} {Like} {That}?},
      isbn = {978-1-4503-5574-2},
      url = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/3210604.3210618},
      doi = {10.1145/3210604.3210618},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the 15th {Participatory} {Design} {Conference}: {Short} {Papers}, {Situated} {Actions}, {Workshops} and {Tutorial} - {Volume} 2},
      publisher = {ACM},
      author = {Karasti, Helena and Botero, Andrea and Parmiggiani, Elena and Baker, Karen and Marttila, Sanna and Saad-Sulonen, Joanna and Geirbo, Hanne Cecilie},
      year = {2018},
      keywords = {cscw, MdK, politics, infrastructuring, relational},
      pages = {45:1--45:3},
      }

    2017


    • Korn, M. & Pipek, V. (2017)Appropriation Infrastructures for Research Communities of Practice

      [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

      Researchers in the social sciences and humanities utilize a multitude of specialized tools in their everyday research practice. These niche research tools face challenges in their uptake and sustainability. We propose to support communities of practice around diverse sets of research tools with infrastructures for appropriation support. In our vision, a central knowledge exchange hub about tool usages embedded in a social network of researchers supports continuous learning and collaborative appropriation of new and old research tools and processes. With this approach, we seek to support the dynamic and flexible assemblage of heterogeneous sets of tools by researchers rather than the tools‘ tight integration into standardized einfrastructures.

      @inproceedings{korn_appropriation_2017,
      title = {Appropriation {Infrastructures} for {Research} {Communities} of {Practice}},
      url = {https://eresearchinfssh2017.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/korn-appropriation_infrastructures-2017.pdf},
      abstract = {Researchers in the social sciences and humanities utilize a multitude of specialized tools in their everyday research practice. These niche research tools face challenges in their uptake and sustainability. We propose to support communities of practice around diverse sets of research tools with infrastructures for appropriation support. In our vision, a central knowledge exchange hub about tool usages embedded in a social network of researchers supports continuous learning and collaborative appropriation of new and old research tools and processes. With this approach, we seek to support the dynamic and flexible assemblage of heterogeneous sets of tools by researchers rather than the tools' tight integration into standardized einfrastructures.},
      booktitle = {Workshop on {E}-{Infrastructures} for {Research} {Collaboration}: {The} {Case} of the {Social} {Sciences} and {Humanities} at {CSCW} 2017, {February} 25-{March} 1, {Portland}, {USA}},
      author = {Korn, Matthias and Pipek, Volkmar},
      year = {2017},
      keywords = {CSCW, MdK},
      }


    • Pipek, V., Karasti, H. & Bowker, G. C. (2017)A Preface to ‘Infrastructuring and Collaborative Design‘

      IN Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Vol. 26, Pages: 1–6 doi:10.1007/s10606-017-9271-3
      [BibTeX]

      @article{pipek_preface_2017,
      title = {A {Preface} to ‘{Infrastructuring} and {Collaborative} {Design}'},
      volume = {26},
      issn = {15737551},
      doi = {10.1007/s10606-017-9271-3},
      number = {1-2},
      journal = {Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)},
      author = {Pipek, Volkmar and Karasti, Helena and Bowker, Geoffrey C},
      year = {2017},
      keywords = {cscw, MdK},
      pages = {1--6},
      }


    • Korn, M., Schorch, M., Pipek, V., Bietz, M., Østerlund, C., Procter, R., Ribes, D. & Williams, R. (2017)E-Infrastructures for Research Collaboration: The Case of the Social Sciences and Humanities

      New York, USA
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @inproceedings{korn_e-infrastructures_2017,
      address = {New York, USA},
      title = {E-{Infrastructures} for {Research} {Collaboration}: {The} {Case} of the {Social} {Sciences} and {Humanities}},
      url = {https://eresearchinfssh2017.files.wordpress.com/2016/12/eresearchinfssh2017-proposal.pdf},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the 20th {ACM} {Conference} on {Computer}-{Supported} {Cooperative} {Work} and {Social} {Computing} {Companion} ({CSCW} 2017 {Companion})},
      author = {Korn, Matthias and Schorch, Marén and Pipek, Volkmar and Bietz, Matthew and Østerlund, Carsten and Procter, Rob and Ribes, David and Williams, Robin},
      year = {2017},
      keywords = {CSCW, MdK},
      }


    • Korn, M., de Carvalho, A. F. P., Langer, A., Zotz, P., Wulf, V. & Pipek, V. (2017)Nomadic Culture in Academic Settings: Pervasive Commuting and Institutional Support as Defining Elements

      IN International Reports on Socio-Informatics (IRSI), Vol. 14
      [BibTeX]

      @article{korn_nomadic_2017,
      title = {Nomadic {Culture} in {Academic} {Settings}: {Pervasive} {Commuting} and {Institutional} {Support} as {Defining} {Elements}},
      volume = {14},
      number = {3},
      journal = {International Reports on Socio-Informatics (IRSI)},
      author = {Korn, Matthias and de Carvalho, Aparecido Fabiano Pinatti and Langer, Amanda and Zotz, Phillipe and Wulf, Volker and Pipek, Volkmar},
      year = {2017},
      keywords = {MdK},
      }


    • Pipek, V., Karasti, H. & Bowker, G. C. (2017)Special Issue: Infrastructuring and Collaborative Design

      IN Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Vol. 26
      [BibTeX]

      @article{pipek_special_2017,
      title = {Special {Issue}: {Infrastructuring} and {Collaborative} {Design}},
      volume = {26},
      number = {1-2},
      journal = {Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)},
      author = {Pipek, Volkmar and Karasti, Helena and Bowker, Geoffrey C},
      year = {2017},
      keywords = {cscw, MdK},
      }

    2016


    • Ludwig, T., Dax, J., Pipek, V. & Randall, D. (2016)Work or Leisure? Designing a User-Centered Approach for Researching Activity ‘in the Wild‘

      IN Journal of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing (PUC), Springer
      [BibTeX]

      @article{ludwig_work_2016,
      title = {Work or {Leisure}? {Designing} a {User}-{Centered} {Approach} for {Researching} {Activity} ‘in the {Wild}'},
      journal = {Journal of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing (PUC), Springer},
      author = {Ludwig, Thomas and Dax, Julian and Pipek, Volkmar and Randall, David},
      year = {2016},
      keywords = {CSCW, A-Paper, MdK},
      }

    2015


    • Ludwig, T., Hilbert, T. & Pipek, V. (2015)Collaborative Visualization for Supporting the Analysis of Mobile Device Data

      IN Boulus-Rødje, N., Ellingsen, G., Bratteteig, T., Aanestad, M. & Bjørn, P. (Eds.)., Publisher: Springer, Pages: 305–316 doi:10.1007/978-3-319-20499-4_17
      [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

      Visualizations are mainly used for providing easy access to complex information and data. Within this paper we focus on how visualization itself can serve as a collaborative aspect within distributed and asynchronous team work. In doing so, we try to uncover challenges to support a team of researchers in understanding and analyzing mobile data by collaborative visualization. Based on a review of recent literature, two workshops with participants from the academic field were conducted, which revealed use cases and major design challenges for a collaborative visualization approach. With our user-centered study, we introduce design implications for collaborative visualizations that focus on research questions instead on single visualizations, embed multiple visualizations into a discussion thread, highlight relations between research artefacts as well as include external parties in collaborative visualizations.

      @inproceedings{ludwig_collaborative_2015,
      title = {Collaborative {Visualization} for {Supporting} the {Analysis} of {Mobile} {Device} {Data}},
      isbn = {978-3-319-20498-7},
      url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-20499-4_17 http://www.ecscw.org/2015/chp:10.1007/978-3-319-20499-4_17.pdf},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-319-20499-4_17},
      abstract = {Visualizations are mainly used for providing easy access to complex information and data. Within this paper we focus on how visualization itself can serve as a collaborative aspect within distributed and asynchronous team work. In doing so, we try to uncover challenges to support a team of researchers in understanding and analyzing mobile data by collaborative visualization. Based on a review of recent literature, two workshops with participants from the academic field were conducted, which revealed use cases and major design challenges for a collaborative visualization approach. With our user-centered study, we introduce design implications for collaborative visualizations that focus on research questions instead on single visualizations, embed multiple visualizations into a discussion thread, highlight relations between research artefacts as well as include external parties in collaborative visualizations.},
      booktitle = {{ECSCW} 2015: {Proceedings} of the 14th {European} {Conference} on {Computer} {Supported} {Cooperative} {Work}, 19-23 {September} 2015, {Oslo}, {Norway}},
      publisher = {Springer},
      author = {Ludwig, Thomas and Hilbert, Tino and Pipek, Volkmar},
      editor = {Boulus-Rødje, Nina and Ellingsen, Gunnar and Bratteteig, Tone and Aanestad, Margunn and Bjørn, Pernille},
      year = {2015},
      keywords = {CSCW, MdK},
      pages = {305--316},
      }


    • Ludwig, T., Reuter, C. & Pipek, V. (2015)Social Haystack: Dynamic Quality Assessment of Citizen-Generated Content in Social Media during Emergencies

      IN ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (ToCHI), Vol. 21, Pages: Article 17 doi:10.1145/2749461
      [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

      People all over the world are regularly affected by disasters and emergencies. Besides official emergency services, ordinary citizens are getting increasingly involved in crisis response work. They are usually present on-site at the place of incident and use social media to share information about the event. For emergency services, the large amount of citizen-generated content in social media, however, means that finding high-quality information is similar to “finding a needle in a haystack”. This article presents an approach to how a dynamic and subjective quality assessment of citizen-generated content could support the work of emergency services. First, we present results of our empirical study concerning the usage of citizen-generated content by emergency services. Based on our literature review and empirical study, we derive design guidelines and describe a concept for dynamic quality measurement that is implemented as a service-oriented web-application “Social Haystack.” Finally, we outline findings of its evaluation and implications thereof.

      @article{ludwig_social_2015,
      title = {Social {Haystack}: {Dynamic} {Quality} {Assessment} of {Citizen}-{Generated} {Content} in {Social} {Media} during {Emergencies}},
      volume = {21},
      url = {http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2798442.2749461 https://www.wineme.uni-siegen.de/paper/2015/2015_ludwigreuterpipek_socialhaystack_tochi.pdf},
      doi = {10.1145/2749461},
      abstract = {People all over the world are regularly affected by disasters and emergencies. Besides official emergency services, ordinary citizens are getting increasingly involved in crisis response work. They are usually present on-site at the place of incident and use social media to share information about the event. For emergency services, the large amount of citizen-generated content in social media, however, means that finding high-quality information is similar to “finding a needle in a haystack”. This article presents an approach to how a dynamic and subjective quality assessment of citizen-generated content could support the work of emergency services. First, we present results of our empirical study concerning the usage of citizen-generated content by emergency services. Based on our literature review and empirical study, we derive design guidelines and describe a concept for dynamic quality measurement that is implemented as a service-oriented web-application “Social Haystack.” Finally, we outline findings of its evaluation and implications thereof.},
      number = {4},
      journal = {ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (ToCHI)},
      author = {Ludwig, Thomas and Reuter, Christian and Pipek, Volkmar},
      year = {2015},
      keywords = {CSCW, HCI, PRAXLABS, A-Paper, EmerGent, SMO, MdK},
      pages = {Article 17},
      }


    • Ludwig, T., Reuter, C. & Pipek, V. (2015)Social Haystack: Dynamic Quality Assessment of Citizen-Generated Content in Social Media during Emergencies

      IN ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, Vol. 22, Pages: 17:1–17:27
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @article{ludwig_social_2015-1,
      title = {Social {Haystack}: {Dynamic} {Quality} {Assessment} of {Citizen}-{Generated} {Content} in {Social} {Media} during {Emergencies}},
      volume = {22},
      url = {https://www.wineme.uni-siegen.de/paper/2015/2015_ludwigreuterpipek_socialhaystack_tochi.pdf},
      number = {4},
      journal = {ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction},
      author = {Ludwig, Thomas and Reuter, Christian and Pipek, Volkmar},
      year = {2015},
      keywords = {CSCW, PRAXLABS, A-Paper, EmerGent, MdK},
      pages = {17:1--17:27},
      }

    2014


    • Reuter, C., Ludwig, T. & Pipek, V. (2014)Ad Hoc Participation in Situation Assessment: Supporting Mobile Collaboration in Emergencies

      IN ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (ToCHI), Vol. 21, Pages: 26:1–26:26 doi:10.1145/2651365
      [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

      Emergencies are characterized by high complexity and unpredictability. In order to assess and manage them successfully, improvisation work and informal communication, even beyond local and organizational boundaries, is needed. Such informal practices can facilitate ad hoc participation of units in situation assessment, but this may lack overall situation awareness. This paper presents a study on how emergent ‘collaboration needs‘ in current work of response teams, who are located on-site and in the control center, could be supported by mobile geo-collaboration systems. First, we present the results of an empirical study about informal work and mobile collaboration practices of emergency services. Then we describe the concept of a mobile geo-collaboration system that addresses the aspects detected in the empirical study and that was implemented as an Android application using web sockets, a technology enabling full-duplex ad hoc communication. Finally we outline the findings of its evaluation in practice and its implications.

      @article{reuter_ad_2014,
      title = {Ad {Hoc} {Participation} in {Situation} {Assessment}: {Supporting} {Mobile} {Collaboration} in {Emergencies}},
      volume = {21},
      issn = {10730516},
      url = {http://www.wineme.uni-siegen.de/paper/2014/2014_reuterludwigpipek_adhocparticipation_tochi.pdf},
      doi = {10.1145/2651365},
      abstract = {Emergencies are characterized by high complexity and unpredictability. In order to assess and manage them successfully, improvisation work and informal communication, even beyond local and organizational boundaries, is needed. Such informal practices can facilitate ad hoc participation of units in situation assessment, but this may lack overall situation awareness. This paper presents a study on how emergent ‘collaboration needs' in current work of response teams, who are located on-site and in the control center, could be supported by mobile geo-collaboration systems. First, we present the results of an empirical study about informal work and mobile collaboration practices of emergency services. Then we describe the concept of a mobile geo-collaboration system that addresses the aspects detected in the empirical study and that was implemented as an Android application using web sockets, a technology enabling full-duplex ad hoc communication. Finally we outline the findings of its evaluation in practice and its implications.},
      number = {5},
      journal = {ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (ToCHI)},
      author = {Reuter, Christian and Ludwig, Thomas and Pipek, Volkmar},
      month = nov,
      year = {2014},
      keywords = {CSCW, emergency management, HCI, PRAXLABS, A-Paper, Selected, Kooperation, InfoStrom, MdK, GI-CSCW-A, WKWI-A, participation, awareness, mobile devices, ethnography, collaboration, design case study, IF 1.2, situation assessment},
      pages = {26:1--26:26},
      }


    • Boden, A., Dörner, C., Draxler, S., Pipek, V., Stevens, G. & Wulf, V. (2014)Tangible and Screen-Based Interfaces for End-User Workflow Modeling

      IN IEEE Software, Vol. 31, Pages: 65–71 doi:10.1109/MS.2013.71
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @article{boden_tangible_2014,
      title = {Tangible and {Screen}-{Based} {Interfaces} for {End}-{User} {Workflow} {Modeling}},
      volume = {31},
      url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/MS.2013.71},
      doi = {10.1109/MS.2013.71},
      number = {4},
      journal = {IEEE Software},
      author = {Boden, Alexander and Dörner, Christian and Draxler, Sebastian and Pipek, Volkmar and Stevens, Gunnar and Wulf, Volker},
      year = {2014},
      keywords = {CSCW, PRAXLABS, A-Paper, MdK, EUDISMES},
      pages = {65--71},
      }


    • Ley, B., Ludwig, T., Pipek, V., Randall, D. D., Reuter, C. & Wiedenhoefer, T. (2014)Information and Expertise Sharing in Inter-Organizational Crisis Management

      IN Computer Supported Cooperative Work: The Journal of Collaborative Computing (JCSCW), Vol. 23, Pages: 347–387 doi:10.1007/s10606-014-9205-2
      [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

      Emergency or crisis management, as is well-attested, is a complex management problem. A variety of agencies need to collaborate and coordinate in real-time and with an urgency that is not always present in other domains. It follows that accurate information of varying kinds (e.g. geographical and weather conditions; available skills and expertises; state-of-play; current dispositions and deployments) needs to be made available in a timely fashion to the organizations and individuals who need it. By definition, this information will come from a number of sources both within and across organizations. Large-scale events in particular necessitate collaboration with other organizations. Of course, plans and processes exist to deal with such events but the number of dynamically changing factors as well as the high number of heterogeneous organizations and the high degree of interdependency involved make it impossible to plan for all contingencies. A degree of ongoing improvisation, which typically occurs by means of a variety of information and expertise sharing practices, therefore becomes necessary. This, however, faces many challenges, such as different organizational cultures, distinct individual and coordinative work practices and discrete information systems. Our work entails an examination of the practices of information and expertise sharing, and the obstacles to it, in inter-organizational crisis management. We conceive of this as a design case study, such that we examine a problem area and its scope; conduct detailed enquiries into practice in that area, and provide design recommendations for implementation and evaluation. First, we will present the results of an empirical study of collaboration practices between organizations and public authorities with security responsibilities such as the police, fire departments, public administration and electricity network operators, mainly in scenarios of medium to large power outages in Germany. Based on these results, we will describe a concept, which was designed, implemented and evaluated as a system prototype, in two iterations. While the first iteration focuses on situation assessment, the second iteration also includes inter-organizational collaboration functionalities. Based on the findings of our evaluations with practitioners, we will discuss how to support collaboration with a particular focus on information and expertise sharing.

      @article{ley_information_2014,
      title = {Information and {Expertise} {Sharing} in {Inter}-{Organizational} {Crisis} {Management}},
      volume = {23},
      url = {https://www.wineme.uni-siegen.de/paper/2014/2014_informationsharingcrisis_jcscw.pdf},
      doi = {10.1007/s10606-014-9205-2},
      abstract = {Emergency or crisis management, as is well-attested, is a complex management problem. A variety of agencies need to collaborate and coordinate in real-time and with an urgency that is not always present in other domains. It follows that accurate information of varying kinds (e.g. geographical and weather conditions; available skills and expertises; state-of-play; current dispositions and deployments) needs to be made available in a timely fashion to the organizations and individuals who need it. By definition, this information will come from a number of sources both within and across organizations. Large-scale events in particular necessitate collaboration with other organizations. Of course, plans and processes exist to deal with such events but the number of dynamically changing factors as well as the high number of heterogeneous organizations and the high degree of interdependency involved make it impossible to plan for all contingencies. A degree of ongoing improvisation, which typically occurs by means of a variety of information and expertise sharing practices, therefore becomes necessary. This, however, faces many challenges, such as different organizational cultures, distinct individual and coordinative work practices and discrete information systems. Our work entails an examination of the practices of information and expertise sharing, and the obstacles to it, in inter-organizational crisis management. We conceive of this as a design case study, such that we examine a problem area and its scope; conduct detailed enquiries into practice in that area, and provide design recommendations for implementation and evaluation. First, we will present the results of an empirical study of collaboration practices between organizations and public authorities with security responsibilities such as the police, fire departments, public administration and electricity network operators, mainly in scenarios of medium to large power outages in Germany. Based on these results, we will describe a concept, which was designed, implemented and evaluated as a system prototype, in two iterations. While the first iteration focuses on situation assessment, the second iteration also includes inter-organizational collaboration functionalities. Based on the findings of our evaluations with practitioners, we will discuss how to support collaboration with a particular focus on information and expertise sharing.},
      number = {4-6},
      journal = {Computer Supported Cooperative Work: The Journal of Collaborative Computing (JCSCW)},
      author = {Ley, Benedikt and Ludwig, Thomas and Pipek, Volkmar and Randall, Dave David and Reuter, Christian and Wiedenhoefer, Torben},
      year = {2014},
      keywords = {CSCW, HCI, PRAXLABS, A-Paper, Kooperation, InfoStrom, MdK, GI-CSCW-A, Collaboration, Design Case Study, Expertise Sharing, IF 1.1, Information Management, Inter-Organizational Crisis Management, WKWI-B},
      pages = {347--387},
      }


    • Karasti, H. (2014)Infrastructuring in Participatory Design

      , Publisher: ACM, Pages: 141–150 doi:10.1145/2661435.2661450
      [BibTeX] [Abstract]

      This paper reviews literature and reflects on infrastructuring in Participatory Design (PD) with a conceptual interest. It starts with the notion of information infrastructure introduced to the PD community in the mid-1990s by Star and collaborators. It traces how the notion has been adapted, appended, and negotiated within a number of PD approaches known as “infrastructuring.” Based on this review, the paper discusses a number of themes arising from these approaches that relate to salient information infrastructure characteristics and speak to the specificity of infrastructuring in PD. This paper takes stock of what has happened in conceptual terms with regard to information infrastructure and infrastructuring in the field of PD to inform continuing work.

      @inproceedings{karasti_infrastructuring_2014,
      title = {Infrastructuring in {Participatory} {Design}},
      isbn = {978-1-4503-2256-0},
      doi = {10.1145/2661435.2661450},
      abstract = {This paper reviews literature and reflects on infrastructuring in Participatory Design (PD) with a conceptual interest. It starts with the notion of information infrastructure introduced to the PD community in the mid-1990s by Star and collaborators. It traces how the notion has been adapted, appended, and negotiated within a number of PD approaches known as “infrastructuring.” Based on this review, the paper discusses a number of themes arising from these approaches that relate to salient information infrastructure characteristics and speak to the specificity of infrastructuring in PD. This paper takes stock of what has happened in conceptual terms with regard to information infrastructure and infrastructuring in the field of PD to inform continuing work.},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the {Participatory} {Design} {Conference} 2014},
      publisher = {ACM},
      author = {Karasti, Helena},
      year = {2014},
      keywords = {cscw, Participatory Design, MdK, infrastructuring, science and technology studies, conceptual analysis, information infra-structure},
      pages = {141--150},
      }

    2013


    • Blomberg, J. & Karasti, H. (2013)Reflections on 25 Years of Ethnography in CSCW

      IN Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Vol. 22, Pages: 373–423 doi:10.1007/s10606-012-9183-1
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @article{blomberg_reflections_2013,
      title = {Reflections on 25 {Years} of {Ethnography} in {CSCW}},
      volume = {22},
      issn = {0925-9724},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s10606-012-9183-1},
      doi = {10.1007/s10606-012-9183-1},
      number = {4-6},
      journal = {Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)},
      author = {Blomberg, Jeanette and Karasti, Helena},
      month = jan,
      year = {2013},
      keywords = {cscw, practice, MdK, anthropology, connecting ethnography and design, constructing, critical studies, ethnomethodology, multi-sited ethnography, sociality and materiality of, the fi eld site, work, workplace studies},
      pages = {373--423},
      }


    • Ludwig, T., Reuter, C. & Pipek, V. (2013)What You See Is What I Need: Mobile Reporting Practices in Emergencies

      IN Bertelsen, O. W., Ciolfi, L., Grasso, A. & Papadopoulos, G. A. (Eds.). Paphos, Cyrus, Publisher: Springer, Pages: 181–206 doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-5346-7_10
      [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

      Decisions of emergency response organisations (police, fire fighters, infrastructure providers, etc.) rely on accurate and timely information. Some necessary information is integrated into control centre’s IT (weather, availability of electricity, gauge information, etc.), but almost every decision needs to be based on very specific information of the current crisis situation. Due to the unpredictable nature of a crisis, gathering this kind of information requires much improvisation and articulation work which we aim to support. We present a study on how different emergency response organisations communicate with teams on-site to generate necessary information for the coordinating instances, and we described, implemented and evaluated an interaction concept as well as a prototype to support this communication by a semi-structured request-and-report system based on Android devices. We learned that (1) the accuracy of request and reports can be improved by using an appropriate metadata structure in addition to creating multimedia-based information content, (2) requirements of trusted and fast information need to be respected in support concepts although they may even be contradictory, and (3) the coordination strategy of the emergency response organisation also shapes the way this interaction needs to be designed.

      @inproceedings{ludwig_what_2013,
      address = {Paphos, Cyrus},
      title = {What {You} {See} {Is} {What} {I} {Need}: {Mobile} {Reporting} {Practices} in {Emergencies}},
      url = {https://www.wineme.uni-siegen.de/paper/2013/2013_ludwigreuterpipek_wysiwin-morep_ecscw.pdf http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4471-5346-7_10},
      doi = {10.1007/978-1-4471-5346-7_10},
      abstract = {Decisions of emergency response organisations (police, fire fighters, infrastructure providers, etc.) rely on accurate and timely information. Some necessary information is integrated into control centre's IT (weather, availability of electricity, gauge information, etc.), but almost every decision needs to be based on very specific information of the current crisis situation. Due to the unpredictable nature of a crisis, gathering this kind of information requires much improvisation and articulation work which we aim to support. We present a study on how different emergency response organisations communicate with teams on-site to generate necessary information for the coordinating instances, and we described, implemented and evaluated an interaction concept as well as a prototype to support this communication by a semi-structured request-and-report system based on Android devices. We learned that (1) the accuracy of request and reports can be improved by using an appropriate metadata structure in addition to creating multimedia-based information content, (2) requirements of trusted and fast information need to be respected in support concepts although they may even be contradictory, and (3) the coordination strategy of the emergency response organisation also shapes the way this interaction needs to be designed.},
      booktitle = {Proceedings of the {European} {Conference} on {Computer} {Supported} {Cooperative} {Work} ({ECSCW})},
      publisher = {Springer},
      author = {Ludwig, Thomas and Reuter, Christian and Pipek, Volkmar},
      editor = {Bertelsen, Olav W. and Ciolfi, Luigina and Grasso, Antonietta and Papadopoulos, George Angelos},
      year = {2013},
      keywords = {CSCW, HCI, PRAXLABS, A-Paper, Kooperation, InfoStrom, MdK},
      pages = {181--206},
      }


    • DiSalvo, C., Clement, A. & Pipek, V. (2013)“Communities – Participatory design for, with and by communities”

      IN Robertson, T. & Simonsen, J. (Eds.), Handbook of Participatory Design New York
      [BibTeX]

      @incollection{disalvo_communities_2013,
      address = {New York},
      title = {“{Communities} – {Participatory} design for, with and by communities”},
      booktitle = {Handbook of {Participatory} {Design}},
      publisher = {Routledge},
      author = {DiSalvo, Carl and Clement, Andrew and Pipek, Volkmar},
      editor = {Robertson, Toni and Simonsen, Jesper},
      year = {2013},
      keywords = {CSCW, MdK},
      pages = {182--209},
      }


    • Hess, J., Randall, D., Pipek, V. & Wulf, V. (2013)Involving Users in the wild-Participatory Product Development in and with Online Communities

      IN International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (IJHCS), Vol. 71, Pages: 570–589 doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2013.01.003
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @article{hess_involving_2013,
      title = {Involving {Users} in the wild-{Participatory} {Product} {Development} in and with {Online} {Communities}},
      volume = {71},
      url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhcs.2013.01.003},
      doi = {10.1016/j.ijhcs.2013.01.003},
      number = {5},
      journal = {International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (IJHCS)},
      author = {Hess, Jan and Randall, David and Pipek, Volkmar and Wulf, Volker},
      year = {2013},
      keywords = {CSCW, PRAXLABS, A-Paper, MdK, EUDISMES, Participatory design, End user development, User-driven software development},
      pages = {570--589},
      }


    • Ackerman, M., Dachtera, J., Pipek, V. & Wulf, V. (2013)Sharing Knowledge and Expertise: The CSCW View of Knowledge Management

      IN Computer Supported Cooperative Work: The Journal of Collaborative Computing (JCSCW), Vol. 22, Pages: 531–573 doi:10.1007/s10606-013-9192-8
      [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

      @article{ackerman_sharing_2013,
      title = {Sharing {Knowledge} and {Expertise}: {The} {CSCW} {View} of {Knowledge} {Management}},
      volume = {22},
      url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10606-013-9192-8},
      doi = {10.1007/s10606-013-9192-8},
      number = {4-6},
      journal = {Computer Supported Cooperative Work: The Journal of Collaborative Computing (JCSCW)},
      author = {Ackerman, Mark and Dachtera, Juri and Pipek, Volkmar and Wulf, Volker},
      year = {2013},
      keywords = {CSCW, A-Paper, MdK},
      pages = {531--573},
      }

    2012


    • Hess, J., Reuter, C., Pipek, V. & Wulf, V. (2012)Supporting End-User Articulations in Evolving Business Processes: A Case Study to explore Intuitive Notations and Interaction Designs

      IN International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems (IJCIS), Vol. 21, Pages: 263–296 doi:10.1142/S0218843012500049
      [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

      Adaptations of business processes are important in work environments, specifically when process-support needs to be tailored according to changing needs. The creation, management, and adaptation of the process models require typically modeling-experts. While these actors are knowledgeable in formalizing and operationalizing processes end-users who do not necessarily possess sophisticated modeling skills know typically local practices and framing conditions best. In this paper, we present an approach to support users in articulating their needs and to involve them into the (re-)design of process specifications. We explore how end-users reflect upon and articulate about business processes. Based on results of a qualitative study, we present a new, paper-based interaction technique, which enables users with little skills to model processes. The resulting process specifications can be transferred either in paper or in digital form into traditional modeling systems for further elaboration.

      @article{hess_supporting_2012,
      title = {Supporting {End}-{User} {Articulations} in {Evolving} {Business} {Processes}: {A} {Case} {Study} to explore {Intuitive} {Notations} and {Interaction} {Designs}},
      volume = {21},
      url = {https://www.wineme.uni-siegen.de/paper/2012/2012_hessreuterpipekwulf_supportingenduserarticulations_ijcis.pdf},
      doi = {10.1142/S0218843012500049},
      abstract = {Adaptations of business processes are important in work environments, specifically when process-support needs to be tailored according to changing needs. The creation, management, and adaptation of the process models require typically modeling-experts. While these actors are knowledgeable in formalizing and operationalizing processes end-users who do not necessarily possess sophisticated modeling skills know typically local practices and framing conditions best. In this paper, we present an approach to support users in articulating their needs and to involve them into the (re-)design of process specifications. We explore how end-users reflect upon and articulate about business processes. Based on results of a qualitative study, we present a new, paper-based interaction technique, which enables users with little skills to model processes. The resulting process specifications can be transferred either in paper or in digital form into traditional modeling systems for further elaboration.},
      number = {4},
      journal = {International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems (IJCIS)},
      author = {Hess, Jan and Reuter, Christian and Pipek, Volkmar and Wulf, Volker},
      year = {2012},
      keywords = {CSCW, HCI, PRAXLABS, A-Paper, InfoStrom, RSBE, MdK, EUDISMES, articulation support, business process modeling, end-user development, flexible workflows, Knowledge work, pen-and-paper based interactions, process adaptations},
      pages = {263--296},
      }

    2011


    • Hess, J., Dörner, C., Pipek, V. & Wiedenhoefer, T. (2011)Expressing Use – Infrastructure Probes in Professional Environments

      IN Costabile, M. F., Dittrich, Y., Fischer, G. & Piccinno, A. (Eds.)., Publisher: Springer, Pages: 301–306 doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21530-8_30
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      @inproceedings{hess_expressing_2011,
      series = {Lecture {Notes} in {Computer} {Science}},
      title = {Expressing {Use} - {Infrastructure} {Probes} in {Professional} {Environments}},
      volume = {6654},
      isbn = {978-3-642-21529-2},
      url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-21530-8_30},
      doi = {10.1007/978-3-642-21530-8_30},
      booktitle = {End-{User} {Development} - 3rd {International} {Symposium}, {IS}-{EUD} 2011, {Torre} {Canne} ({BR}), {Italy}, {June} 7-10, 2011. {Proceedings}},
      publisher = {Springer},
      author = {Hess, Jan and Dörner, Christian and Pipek, Volkmar and Wiedenhoefer, Torben},
      editor = {Costabile, Maria Francesca and Dittrich, Yvonne and Fischer, Gerhard and Piccinno, Antonio},
      year = {2011},
      keywords = {CSCW, PRAXLABS, MdK, EUDISMES},
      pages = {301--306},
      }

    2009


    • Pipek, V. & Wulf, V. (2009)Infrastructuring: Towards an Integrated Perspective on the Design and Use of Information Technology

      IN Journal of the Association of Information System (JAIS), Vol. 10, Pages: 306–332
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      @article{pipek_infrastructuring_2009-2,
      title = {Infrastructuring: {Towards} an {Integrated} {Perspective} on the {Design} and {Use} of {Information} {Technology}},
      volume = {10},
      url = {https://www.wineme.uni-siegen.de/paper/2009/pipek_wulf_jais_infrastructuring_2009.pdf},
      number = {5},
      journal = {Journal of the Association of Information System (JAIS)},
      author = {Pipek, Volkmar and Wulf, Volker},
      year = {2009},
      keywords = {CSCW, MdK, CONTici},
      pages = {306--332},
      }

    2008


    • Karasti, H. & Baker, K. S. (2008)Digital Data Practices and the Long Term Ecological Research Program Growing Global

      IN International Journal of Digital Curation, Vol. 3, Pages: 42–58
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      @article{karasti_digital_2008,
      title = {Digital {Data} {Practices} and the {Long} {Term} {Ecological} {Research} {Program} {Growing} {Global}},
      volume = {3},
      url = {http://ijdc.net/index.php/ijdc/article/view/86},
      number = {2},
      journal = {International Journal of Digital Curation},
      author = {Karasti, Helena and Baker, Karen S},
      year = {2008},
      keywords = {cscw, MdK, LTER},
      pages = {42--58},
      }

    2006


    • Karasti, H., Baker, K. S. & Halkola, E. (2006)Enriching the Notion of Data Curation in E-Science: Data Managing and Information Infrastructuring in the Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network

      IN Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Vol. 15, Pages: 321–358 doi:10.1007/s10606-006-9023-2
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      @article{karasti_enriching_2006,
      title = {Enriching the {Notion} of {Data} {Curation} in {E}-{Science}: {Data} {Managing} and {Information} {Infrastructuring} in the {Long} {Term} {Ecological} {Research} ({LTER}) {Network}},
      volume = {15},
      url = {http://link.springer.com/10.1007/s10606-006-9023-2},
      doi = {10.1007/s10606-006-9023-2},
      number = {4},
      journal = {Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)},
      author = {Karasti, Helena and Baker, Karen S and Halkola, Eija},
      year = {2006},
      keywords = {cscw, MdK, ecology, information management, cyberinfrastructure, data stewardship, long-, scientific collaboration, term perspective},
      pages = {321--358},
      }

    2004


    • Karasti, H. & Baker, K. S. (2004)Infrastructuring for the long-term: ecological information management

      , Publisher: IEEE, Pages: 1–10 doi:10.1109/HICSS.2004.1265077
      [BibTeX] [Abstract]

      This paper foregrounds the long-term perspective and the role of information management in creating infrastructure to support collaborative ecological research. The case study of the long-term ecological research network is an ongoing research collaboration that integrates ethnographic and action research approaches. We describe three interdependent elements of science, data and technology for which information management provides support, and the articulation work needed for balancing their inherent tensions and the requirements generated by short and long term timeframes. We further describe information managers‘ learning community and collaboration-in-design, two mechanisms created within the LTER for continuing technology development over the long-term. The notion of infrastructuring is related to ecological information management as an ongoing design process that highlights participation and co-construction, as well as the complex relationships between the long-term, data, participants, collaborations, information systems, and infrastructure. The understudied area that entails issues of long-term, care/maintenance, and infrastructure presents challenges for the design of large-scale collaborative information systems.

      @inproceedings{karasti_infrastructuring_2004,
      title = {Infrastructuring for the long-term: ecological information management},
      isbn = {0-7695-2056-1},
      doi = {10.1109/HICSS.2004.1265077},
      abstract = {This paper foregrounds the long-term perspective and the role of information management in creating infrastructure to support collaborative ecological research. The case study of the long-term ecological research network is an ongoing research collaboration that integrates ethnographic and action research approaches. We describe three interdependent elements of science, data and technology for which information management provides support, and the articulation work needed for balancing their inherent tensions and the requirements generated by short and long term timeframes. We further describe information managers' learning community and collaboration-in-design, two mechanisms created within the LTER for continuing technology development over the long-term. The notion of infrastructuring is related to ecological information management as an ongoing design process that highlights participation and co-construction, as well as the complex relationships between the long-term, data, participants, collaborations, information systems, and infrastructure. The understudied area that entails issues of long-term, care/maintenance, and infrastructure presents challenges for the design of large-scale collaborative information systems.},
      booktitle = {37th {Annual} {Hawaii} {International} {Conference} on {System} {Sciences}, 2004. {Proceedings} of the},
      publisher = {IEEE},
      author = {Karasti, Helena and Baker, K S},
      year = {2004},
      keywords = {cscw, MdK},
      pages = {1--10},
      }