CHI 2004












Workshop on Designing for Reflective Practitioners


Workshop 5 at ACM CHI 2004

Sunday, April 25, 2004


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Schedule Overview


0900 Intro

0915 Session: Communication and Sense-Making

1030 Break

1100 Session: Computer-Supported Learning Environments

1230 Lunch

1400 Session: Integrating Problem Framing and Problem Solving

1530 Break

1600 Session: New Methods and Techniques for Software Development

1730 Wrap-up


Session Details


Organizers Welcome and Introduction

  • David Redmiles (University of California Irvine): Designing for Reflective Practitioners


Session: Communication and Sense-Making


  1. Fahri Yetim (New Jersey Institute of Technology): A Meta-Communication Model for Reflective Practitioners.
  2. Kari Kuutti, Tonja Molin-Juustila (University of Oulu): Making the common object of a work "visible" and reflectable: a case of emerging software product
  3. Maria Francesca Costabile (UniversitÓ di Bari), Daniela Fogli (UniversitÓ di Brescia), Piero Mussio (UniversitÓ degli Studi di Milano), Antonio Piccinno (UniversitÓ di Bari): Virtual Workshops to Support Reflection in Action
  4. Gloria Mark, Steve Abrams (University of California, Irvine): Sensemaking and Design Practices in Large-scale Group-to-Group Distance Collaboration


Session: Computer-Supported Learning Environments

  1. Effie Lai-Chong Law (Eidgen÷ssische Technische Hochschule ZŘrich): Reflective Design Practices in Human Computer Interaction and Software Engineering
  2. Anders M°rch (University of Oslo), Karianne Omdahl (University of Bergen), Sten Ludvigsen (Univeristy of Oslo): Knowledge Building in Distributed Collaborative Learning: Organizing Information in Multiple Worlds
  3. Carolyn Penstein RosÚ, Vincent Aleven, Cristen Torrey (Carnegie Mellon University): CycleTalk: Supporting Reflection in Design Scenarios with Negotiation Dialogue
  4. Finn Kensing (The IT University of Copenhagen): Designing for, with, and by Reflective Practitioners
  5. Ari Heiskanen (University of Oulu): The Reflective Information Systems Practitioner Approach as a Research and Learning Expedient.


Session: Integrating Problem Framing and Problem Solving


  1. Bruce Corson (Corson Associates): The Non-denominational Design Studio : Lessons for the Proficiency of Organizations
  2. Mark Bergman, Gloria Mark (University of California, Irvine): Application of Collaborative Conflict in System Design: The Case of the New Millennium Program
  3. Gerhard Fischer (University of Colorado, Boulder): Reflective Practitioners and Unselfconscious Cultures of Design
  4. Robert T.Hughes, Abdullah Al Shebab, Marian Eastwood (University of Brighton): The use of cognitive causal mapping as an aid to professional reflection
  5. Kumiyo Nakakoji (University of Tokyo): Designing for Reflective Practitioners


Session: New Methods and Techniques for Software Development

  1. Milorad ToÜić (University of NiÜ): Meta Architecture for Intelligent Information Systems
  2. Cestmir Halbich (CUA Prague): Reflective practitioners in software design ľ A Case study in Extreme programming.
  3. Orit Hazzan (Technion) and Jim Tomayko (Carnegie Mellon University): The Reflective Practitioner Perspective in Software Engineering.
  4. Yunwen Ye (University of Colorado, Boulder,2SRA Key Technology Laboratory): On the Timing of Presenting Situational Talkback in Support of Reflective Practitioners
  5. Aran Lunzer (University of Copenhagen): Interfaces that Reduce the Cost of Examining Alternatives