E-collaboration, while having its roots in electronic technology such as telephones and other rudimentary electronic devices, has expanded dramatically with today's plethora of computer-supported cooperation and computer-mediated communication. The Encyclopedia of E-Collaboration provides the most comprehensive compilation of information on the design and implementation of e-collaboration technologies, the behavioral impacts of e-collaboration technologies on individuals and groups, and theoretical considerations on links between the use of e-collaboration technology and behavioral patterns. This cutting-edge encyclopedia delivers indispensable content to libraries and researchers looking to develop programs of investigation into the use of electronic collaboration.
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