Proceedings of CSCL '97: The Second International Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning, December 10-14, 1997, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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move my analysis from claims. that particular divisions of labor happened to accounts of how they happened.


Acknowledgments

This work was supported by NSF Grant ESI 94552771 and a Dissertation Fellowship from the Spencer Foundation. Thanks to the members of the Math@Work project team ( Rogers Hall, Susan John, Donna Luporini, Liisa Lyon, and Tony Torralba for helpful comments. Thanks also to an anonymous reviewer whose sympathetic reading of an earlier draft widened my vantage point on the relevance of important sociological resources. My greatest appreciation goes to the designers at JC Architects and Pine Middle for allowing me invade their workspaces and learn about their lives.


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