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Evaluation Factors for Multi-Stakeholder Broadband Visual Communication Projects

Barfurth, Marion A. and Singer, Janice and Emond, Bruno and Vinson, Norman and Brooks, Martin and Spence, John (2002) Evaluation Factors for Multi-Stakeholder Broadband Visual Communication Projects. [Conference Paper]

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Abstract

This paper presents a summary of multifaceted evaluation factors that we have identified through our research with Broadband Visual Communication (BVC) projects involving multiple stakeholders. The main benefit of these evaluation factors is that they provide a general evaluation framework for multiple stakeholder projects. The factors are social infrastructure, technical infrastructure, physical space, interaction style and content.

Item Type:Conference Paper
Keywords:Video Mediated Communication, Collaborative Technologies, Field Study Evaluation, Multistakeholder projects
Subjects:Computer Science > Human Computer Interaction
ID Code:3396
Deposited By:Vinson, Norman G.
Deposited On:06 Jul 2004
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:55

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