Desktop Videoconferencing: Experiences of Complete users, Wary Users, and Non-Users

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This longitudinal case study examines the use of desktop videoconferencing in one organization. Three theoretical perspectives, communication media choice, systems analysis and design, and privacy, help to inform the findings. The paper concludes by drawing implications for future research and practice.

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Author Jane Webster
Year 1998
Volume 22
Issue 3
Keywords Desktop videoconferencing, media choice, implementation, privacy
Page Numbers 257-286