Beyond Presentation: Shared Slideware Control as a Resource for Collocated Collaboration
Human-Computer Interaction, Volume 33, Issue 5-6, 2018, Pages 455-498.
Traditional models of slideware assume one presenter controls attention through slide navigation and pointing while a passive audience views the action. This paradigm limits group interactions, curtailing opportunities for attendees to use slides to participate in a collaborative discourse. However, as slideware permeates contexts beyond ...More
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