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COLLABORATION




Collaboration is working together to achieve
a goal. It is a recursive process where two
or more people or organizations work together
to realize shared goals, (this is more than
the intersection of common goals seen in
co-operative ventures, but a deep, collective,
determination to reach an identical objective)
ó for example, an intriguing endeavor that is
creative in natureóby sharing knowledge,
learning and building consensus.

Most collaboration requires leadership, although
the form of leadership can be social within a
decentralized and egalitarian group. In particular,
teams that work collaboratively can obtain greater
resources, recognition and reward when facing
competition for finite resources. Collaboration is
also present in opposing goals exhibiting the notion
of adversarial collaboration, though this is not a
common case for using the word.

Structured methods of collaboration encourage
introspection of behavior and communication. These
methods specifically aim to increase the success
of teams as they engage in collaborative problem
solving. Forms, rubrics, charts and graphs are
useful in these situations to objectively document
personal traits with the goal of improving
performance in current and future projects.




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EXAMPLES
OF
COLLABORATION




Classical examples
of collaboration




Trade
Community organization
Game theory
Military-industrial complex
Project management
Academia
Classical music



Contemporary examples


Arts
Art groups
Business
Education
Music
Entertainment
Publishing
Science
Medicine
Technology



Collaboration
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collaboration



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COLLABORATIVE
SEARCH
ENGINE




Collaborative Search Engines (CSEs) are an
emerging trend for Web search and Enterprise
search within company intranets. CSEs let
users concert their efforts in information
retrieval (IR) activities, share information
resources collaboratively using knowledge tags,
and allow experts to guide less experienced
people through their searches. Collaboration
partners do so by providing query terms,
collective tagging, adding comments or opinions,
rating search results, and links clicked of
former (successful) IR activities to users
having the same or a related information need.



Collaborative search engine
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collaborative_search_engine



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COLLABORATE
COLLABORATION
LINKS




Arts Education Collaborative
http://www.artsedcollaborative.org/

Biomedical Engineering Society
http://www.taylorcollaboration.org/2011/biomedical-engineering-society/

Breakthrough Collaborative
http://www.breakthroughcollaborative.org/

The Centre for Creative Collaboration
http://www.creativecollaboration.org.uk/

Collaboration
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/netsol/ns1007/index.html

Collaborative for Educational Services
http://www.collaborative.org/

Cross Cultural Collaborative
http://www.culturalcollaborative.org/

The Film Collaborative
http://www.thefilmcollaborative.org/

GATE
http://www.opengatecollaboration.org/

The iPlant Collaborative
http://www.iplantcollaborative.org/

The Nightingale Collaboration
http://www.nightingale-collaboration.org/

The SUPPORT Collaboration
http://www.support-collaboration.org/summaries.htm

Teacher Collaboration
http://teachercollaboration.org/

Urban Special Education Leadership Collaborative
http://www.urbancollaborative.org/



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