Co-located Collaboration on a Large, High-Resolution Display
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Few have studied co-located collaboration, let alone co-located collaboration and the sensemaking process. Here, we define co-located collaboration as multiple users working on the same display. Intelligence analysts often must filter through massive amounts of data which may contain large portions of text. As the benefits of collaboration  and large displays  have aheady separately proven themselves, we chose to examine the sensemaking process when these two aspects are combined. The environment we created also included multiple penwwl input devices to create a multiuser workspace. By observing the user roles adopted, collaborative processes, organization of the space, and perceived ownership or sharing of territory on the display. We hope to contribute valuable insight into the design implications of software.