TITLE

A FRAMEWORK FOR SHARING COMMUNICATION MEDIA IN SUPPORTING CREATIVE TASK IN COLLABORATIVE WORKSPACE

AUTHOR(S)
Musa, Norzilah; Abidin, Siti Z. Z.; Omar, Nasiroh
PUB. DATE
July 2014
SOURCE
Journal of Engineering & Applied Sciences;Jul2014, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p999
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In networked collaborative working environment, users are involved with either repeatable or exclusive task. These variety tasks required the collaborative system to support it dynamic and creative solutions especially in sharing the communication media. Most of the related research is objectively focusing on the alignment of user behavior in shared activities. There is not much research conducted concerning on sharing communication media components in creative collaborative activity in details. In this paper, we analyze collaborative work application systems focusing on the communication module in four common areas; business, health, education and manufacturing. Based on the analysis, communication media sharing elements are formed into three layers. In each layer, media sharing element and its functions are identified. Then, we proposed a general software framework for communication media sharing for creative collaborative activities. The framework is functioning as a platform for users to manage their dynamic creative solutions to accomplish complex task.
ACCESSION #
97273145

 

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