Coagmento has been used in various research projects, even those that do not call for collaboration. Why? Because Coagmento offers one of the most basic and powerful thing for lab-based studies – log data collection as long as the participants are doing something within their browsers.
We keep seeing examples of such usage from around the world. The most recent one was caught at the CSCW 2014 conference in Baltimore. It was presented by Ryan Kelly of University of Bath in a paper titled Collaborative Web Search in Context: A Study of Tool Use in Everyday Tasks.
Want to use Coagmento for your research studies? It’s available as an open-source tool from Coagmento website, or you can opt for Coagmento Collaboratory if you’re a bit tech-savvy and want a greater flexibility.