Produced or conducted by two or more parties working together,
Produced or conducted by two or more parties working together
accomplished by collaboration; "collaborative research"
(collaborate) work together on a common enterprise of project; "The soprano and the pianist did not get together very well"; "We joined forces with another research group"
(collaborate) cooperate as a traitor; "he collaborated with the Nazis when they occupied Paris"
(collaboration) act of cooperating traitorously with an enemy that is occupying your country
(Collaborating) Collaboration is a recursive process where two or more people or organizations work together in an intersection of common goals — for example, an intellectual endeavor that is creative in nature —by sharing knowledge, learning and building consensus. ...
(Collaboration (magazine)) Collaboration is a magazine dedicated to the spiritual and evolutionary vision of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother. Content includes articles, essays, poetry, and art. ...
(Collaboration (Tommy Emmanuel album)) Collaboration is an album by Australian musician Tommy Emmanuel. It was re-released as Two Originals along with Can't Get Enough on CD in 2004 by Sony. It is a compilation of songs Tommy has done with many notable Australian singers and instrumentalists.
(Collaborations (KJ-52 album)) Collaborations is rapper KJ-52's second album, and his first distributed by BEC Recordings. It features his most known song, "Dear Slim" which was shown on Total Request Live and described as a "diss" to Eminem, though it was actually intended to minister to him. ...
(Collaborations (Sinéad O'Connor album)) Collaborations is a compilation album released by Irish singer Sinéad O'Connor in 2005. The album contains songs recorded throughout O'Connor's career on which she collaborated with a variety of artists, spanning several different genres of music. ...
(Collaborations (Space Tribe)) Collaborations is a Space Tribe album published in 2004 by Space Tribe Music.
An organized group of people or entities who collaborate towards a particular goal; Of, relating to, or done by collaboration
(collaborate) To work together with others to achieve a common goal; To cooperate treasonably as with an enemy occupation force in one's country
(collaborate) (v) to cooperate, work together
(Collaborate) To provide Edit or View access to other SlideRocket users.
(Collaborate) When two or more agents pass messages with one another suggesting actions that are beneficial to all agents involved in the negotiations.
(Collaborate) Work willingly with other direct service providers, parents, community agencies, faculty, and other professionals to obtain, coordinate, and research services that effectively nurture infants and families.
(collaborate) (verb): to work with another person or group in order to achieve or do something ▪ The two companies agreed to collaborate.
(collaborate) When you work with somebody on a specific task or project. For example, you do research and publish an article together with another graduate student or faculty member.
(Collaborating (as an instructional improvement strategy)) A collegial process wherein two or more colleagues share expertise with each other; to implement instructional or behavior strategies to benefit student learning.
(collaborating) A conflict management strategy based on parties sharing a superordinate goal of solving the problem even though their initial ideas for how to solve it differ.
(collaborating) The posting of questions/comments and responding to questions/comments of other class members for the entire class to view.
(Collaboration) A program model in which the LD teacher demonstrates for or team teaches with the general classroom teacher to help a student with LD be successful in a regular classroom.
(Collaboration) share folders, documents, and pictures. View highlighted changes others made. Revert document. Your document is never overwritten. Rich Table Formats - auto-format 1000s of whole-table styles.
(Collaboration) A mutually beneficial and well-defined relationship entered into by two or more organizations to achieve common goals. ...
(Collaboration) To combine forces to meet a common goal.