The Grid Shared Desktop for CSCL

Abstract : The Grid Shared Desktop (GSD) is a collaborative environment that provides a multidimensional humans-to-machine-to-humans interface by the means of multiples cleverly intricated desktops. The GSD is a platform independent solution that benefits of the intrinsic advantages of the Grid technology such as scalability and security. In order to verify that our GSD solution meets CSCL requirements, we have conducted experiments in the context of the ELeGI project. As part of the project use cases, the scenario described here aims at using the GSD for the construction of a shared ontology for organic chemistry. This article summarises results from the first series of experiments aiming to evaluate subjective usability aspects of the GSD in a context of scientific collaboration. We assess the GSD prototype in order to extend its functionalities for other business perspectives.
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Stefano A. Cerri, Monica Crubézy, Pascal Dugénie, Clement Jonquet, Philippe Lemoisson. The Grid Shared Desktop for CSCL. eChallenges 2006 Conference, Oct 2006, Barcelona, Spain, pp.1493-1499. ⟨lirmm-00128314⟩

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