Printable list of accepted papers available here.

Social Media

Collaboration using Social Media: The case of Podio in a voluntary organisation.
Liana Razmerita.

Keep Querying and Tag On: Collaborative Folksonomy Using Model-Based Recommendation.
Angelina de C. A. Ziesemer and João Batista. S. de Oliveira.

Understanding Real-World Events via Multimedia Summaries Based on Social Indicators.
Mauricio Quezada and Barbara Poblete.

Social Networks

How do researchers on collaboration technology collaborate with each other? – A Social Network Analysis.
Andreas Harrer, Tilman Göhnert and H. Ulrich Hoppe.

Inferring Hidden Trust Relationships in Social Networks for Encouraging Collaboration and Cooperation among Individuals.
Edeilson Milhomem Silva, Diego Oliveira Rodrigues, Jackson Gomes De Souza, Parcilene Fernandes De Brito, Ana Carolina Salgado, Silvio Romero Lemos Meira and José Alfredo F. Costa.

Providing Awareness, Understanding and Control of Personalized Stream Filtering in a P2P Social Network.
Sayooran Nagulendra and Julita Vassileva.


OurMap: Representing Crowdsourced Annotations on Geospatial Coordinates as Linked Open Data.
André Lins Gonzalez, Diego Izidoro, Roberto Willrich and Celso Alberto Santos.

A Theoretical Model of User Engagement in Crowdsourcing.
Triparna de Vreede, Cuong Nguyen, Gert-Jan de Vreede, Imed Boughzala, Onook Oh and Roni Reiter-Palmon.

Factors Influencing the Decision to Crowdsource.
Thuan Nguyen Hoang, Pedro Antunes and David Johnstone.

Data quality in an Output-agreement Game: a comparison between game-generated tags and professional descriptors.
Rasmus Thogersen.


Analyzing Two Participation Strategies in an Undergraduate Course Community.
Francisco Gutierrez, Gustavo Zurita, Sergio F. Ochoa and Nelson Baloian.

Work and Learning across Boundaries: Artifacts, Discourses, and Processes in a university course.
Mikhail Fominykh, Ekaterina Prasolova-Førland, Sobah Abbas Petersen and Monica Divitini.

Redesigning Collaboration Tools to Enhance Social Presence in Online Learning Environments.
Francisco Medeiros, Alex Gomes, Ricardo Amorim and Gabriela Medeiros.

The Metafora design principles for a collaborative, interoperable learning framework.
Andreas Harrer, Thomas Irgang, Andreas Lingnau, Norbert Sattes and Kerstin Pfahler.

Integrating formal and informal learning through a FLOSS-based innovative approach.
Sara Fernandes, Antonio Cerone, Luis Soares Barbosa and Maria Helena Martinho.

Using Geo-collaboration and Microblogging to Support Learning: Identifying problems and Opportunities for Technological Business.
Gustavo Zurita and Nelson Baloian.

Collaboration Design

Ontology-Based Resource Discovery in Pervasive Collaborative Environments.
Kimberly García, Manuele Kirsch-Pinheiro, Sonia Mendoza and Dominique Decouchant.

Identifying the Awareness Mechanisms for Mobile Collaborative Applications.
Valeria Herskovic, Sergio F. Ochoa, José A Pino, Pedro Antunes and Emilio Ormeño.

In-Vivo Therapy Procedures: Design Process of a Geo-Referenced System.
Luís Carriço, Luís Duarte and Isabel Sá.

Software Development

Extending the Dependency Taxonomy of Agile Software Development.
Diane E. Strode.

Building a Domain Model for Mobile Collaborative Systems: Towards a Software Product Line.
Pedro Rossel and Valeria Herskovic.

Supporting Requirements Elicitation Practices.
Mohd Ilias M Shuhud, Alexander Richter and Aishah Ahmad.