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Welcome to the home page of the Collaboration@Work Community
Free membership is open to everyone willing to contribute to the shaping of future Collaborative Working Environments. This website is aiming at providing valuable information about research fields defined in the community Research Topics (see the Collaboration@Work Community list of Research Topics) as well as supporting members discussion and interaction.
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- In case you already are a member of the AMI@Work Family of Communities and would like to join us, then you just need to tick the box of our community in your profile into Myspace!
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- members of the Collaboration@work Community can directly access their community shared workspace.
Feel free to edit any news that is relevant for your Community
- ECOSPACE introduction video part 1 is now available here
- Collaborative Working environments (CWE) 3 days event within ICE'2008, Lisbon, 23-25 June 2008
- Two new electronic surveys on Collaboration Barriers and Enablers are waiting for your votes
- International Journal on eCollaboration (IJeC) special issue on Collaborative Working Environments (CWE) Call-for-Papers is now open
 Latest Newsletters
- ECOSPACE newsletter n°5 special issue on Living Labs in HTML or PDF
- CoSpaces Newsletter issue n°2 in PDF format
- ECOSPACE newsletter issue n°4 in HTML or PDF format
- CoSpaces Newsletter issue n°1 in PDF format
- ECOSPACE newsletter issue n°3 in HTML or PDF format
 New Members
Welcome to the lastest 10 new members:
- Simone Schweikert
- RICHARD Guillaume
- Angelica Beatriz Abdallah
- Barbara Cantalupo
- Robert Owen
- Julioi Almansa López
- Helena Farrall
- Jean-Marc Lezcano
- Sara Vieira
- naamany mounia
 About Collaboration@Work community
Collaboration@Work is the name given by the European Commission's New Working Environments Unit to Next Generation Collaborative Working Environments (NGCWE), comprising innovative technical solutions as well as socioeconomic and policy- related aspects. Collaboration@Work aims at improving human abilities to work collaboratively, thereby increasing creativity, which, in turn, will boost innovation and productivity, as well as support new value creation forms. The enabling systems and platforms will provide advanced services to catalyse the development of worker-centric, flexible, scalable and adaptable tools and applications to boost seamless and natural collaboration amongst a diversity of agents (humans, machines, etc) within knowledge-rich virtualized environments and with any devices available anywhere anytime.