Definitions for "Collaboration"
The act of working together; united labor.
the act of willingly cooperating with an enemy, especially an enemy nation occupying one's own country.
Institutions, groups and/or individuals working together toward a common goal or cause.
a fine way to implement a busy teacher's ideas
a fragment of a larger complete model that is intended for a particular purpose
a teaching model where the special education teacher comes into the classroom and co-teaches with the classroom teacher. This could involve teaching the whole class, small groups or individuals.
an interaction between one object or class with another object or class. Typically the first object or class invokes an operation of the other or accesses an attribute.
Synchronous and asynchronous communication tools used to connect groups of people.
context that supports a set of interactions. See: interaction.
A helping relationship between a family member and a professional in a reciprocal relationship in which the family and professional share power and responsibility. The relationship is grounded in the belief that the family of a child with an emotional disorder can be a resource to the professional and vice versa.
a set of participants and relationships that are meaningful for a given set of purposes
A tricky concept for lawyers, where more than two parties contribute to the creation of a format of work. Where this occurs from shared enthusiasms and interests, or most dangerously, friendship, it can lead to messy litigation if the work attracts commercial exploitation. Agreed parameters should be set in advance depending on the relationship between the parties, leading to shared (also called 'joint') copyright, e.g. when it is not possible to distinguish one author's contribution from another's, or separate copyrights in the different elements of the work.
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an impressive exchange between two obviously talented writers, and I loved the progression from one color to the next
Writers can collaborate with professionals in any number of fields. Often a writer can collaborate in order to produce books outside the writer's own areas of formally credentialed expertise (for example, a writer with an interest in exercise and nutrition may collaborate with a sports doctor on a health book). Though the writer may be billed as a coauthor ( see: coauthor), the writer does not necessarily receive a byline which case the writer is a ghostwriter). Royalties are shared, based on respective contributions to the book (including expertise or promotional abilities as well as the actual writing).
a key tenet of KM, given that knowledge sharing--among colleagues and customers within and outside of the organization--is an effective means of transferring "know-how" or tacit knowledge between individuals and therefore critical to competitive advantage. View records related to this term
person to person peering, where people exchange textual, audio and visual information (instant messaging, shared whiteboards and more sophisticated collaboration facilitates)
The act of shared creation and shared discovery. Collaborating is more than exchanging information, but the act of using words, symbols, images and models for creating and sharing meaning in an useful context (Schrage, 1990).
Collaboration is a journal dedicated to the spiritual and evolutionary vision of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother. Content includes articles, essays, poetry, and art. Topics range across the theory and practice of Integral Yoga, the place of humankind in the universe, consciousness, and transformation.
An application using eRoom, a secure, Web-based workspace that can be tailored for a specific project, process, or business initiative. eRoom can assist with allowing internal and external parties to collaborate on application areas that include new product development, mergers and acquisitions, design collaboration, proposal development, or contracts management.
Project collaboration, including what is often referred to as a 'project extranet' allows people at different locations, within and between organizations, to access all the plans, drawings, specification and construction date and technical information associated with a building project. It also manages the project workflow process.
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Intergrative process that enables teams of individuals with diverse expertise to generate creative solutions to problems identified by all. The outcomes are enhanced, altered, and produces solutions that are different than they would be if the individuals themselves would have come up with them.
The specification of how a classifier, such as a use case or operation, is realized by a set of classifiers and associations playing specific roles. used in a specific way. The collaboration defines an interaction. See: interaction.
A collaboration describes a dynamic relationship that exists between objects. Additionally, a Classifier Role should be associated to the collaboration to illustrate the role an element plays in that collaboration.
a specification of how an operation or classifier is realized by a set of classifiers and associations playing specific roles used in a specific way
a transient but important mini-institution, comprised of the institutional groups and the accelerator facility where the experiment was carried out
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Keywords:  exhibition, exploring
an exhibition exploring
A relation between two Objects in a Collaboration Diagram, indicating that Messages can pass back and forth between the Objects.
Keywords:  staff, information
Staff Information
A measurable exchange of resources (time, people, money).