HCI and Interoperability

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Abstract

Today, workers use lots of different interfaces during a work day. How do they cope? In this talk, I present some initial observations from teaching the topic of HCI and interoperability. Two
important perspectives on HCI of the use of multiple organization wide systems are, first, the sociocognitive dimensions of interoperability, e.g. information sharedness, operational awareness,
communication readiness, adaptiveness, and coupledness, and, secondly, continuity, e.g. the user experience provided by continuity functionalities built into software. The talk present some examples of how master level students at an e-business study program responds to the topic and perspectives. The aim with the talk is to have a general discussion about how to teach organizational perspectives on HCI.
Today, workers use lots of different interfaces during a work day. How do they cope? In this talk, I present some initial observations from teaching the topic of HCI and interoperability. Two
important perspectives on HCI of the use of multiple organization wide systems are, first, the sociocognitive dimensions of interoperability, e.g. information sharedness, operational awareness,
communication readiness, adaptiveness, and coupledness, and, secondly, continuity, e.g. the user experience provided by continuity functionalities built into software. The talk present some examples of how master level students at an e-business study program responds to the topic and perspectives. The aim with the talk is to have a general discussion about how to teach organizational perspectives on HCI.

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ConferenceTC13 Open Symposium 2018
LocationTallinn University
CountryEstonia
CityTallinn
Period15/03/201815/03/2018
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Clemmensen, T. (2018). HCI and Interoperability. Abstract from TC13 Open Symposium 2018, Tallinn, Estonia.
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