Shareable Interfaces Equal Opportunities: Do Shareable Interfaces Promote More Group Participation Than Single User Displays?
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AbstractYvonne Rogers is a cognitive scientist with interests in the human aspects of ubiquitous computing, the design of external representations and the critique of theory in HCI; she is a professor in the Department of Computing at The Open University, UK. Youn-kyung Lim is a design researcher with interests in understanding the nature of design practice, bringing experience-centered approaches into design of novel technologies, and connecting theory and practice; she is an assistant professor in the Department of Industrial Design at KAIST, South Korea. William R. Hazlewood is a computer scientist with interests in the implementation, use, and evaluation of ambient information devices; he is a PhD student in the School of Informatics at Indiana University, Bloomington, USA. Paul Marshall is a cognitive scientist with interests in the design and evaluation of novel technologies and representations for working and learning; he is a postdoctoral research fellow in