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Collaborative writing can lead to projects that are richer and more complex than those produced by individuals.
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* Collaborative Learning Center – place for students to receive help from mentors on writing, class work, or presentations
** Center for Collaborative Action Research Contains examples of peer-reviewed action research reports and a wiki for supporting those engaged in the process of writing or supporting action research.
Collaborative learning activities can include collaborative writing, group projects, joint problem solving, debates, study teams, and other activities.
In 1966 he became the founding director of the Teachers and Writers Collaborative, a project intended to transform the teaching of writing in the schools.
Writing our way into shared understanding: Collaborative autobiographical writing in the qualitative methods class.
An early writer-in-the-schools with Teachers and Writers Collaborative, she has turned many of her experiences teaching writing into three books for teachers and writers ( Personal Fiction Writing, Deep Revision, and Blazing Pencils ) and three novels for children ( The Secret Super Powers of Marco, Marco's Monster, and Billie of Fish House Lane ).
Paley taught writing at Sarah Lawrence College from 1966 to 1989, and helped to found the Teachers & Writers Collaborative in New York in 1967.
Collaborative writing is writing done by more than one person ; they may discuss what they are going to write before they start, and discuss what they have written after they finish each draft they write .< Ref > Dillon A.
Collaborative fiction is a form of writing by a group of authors who share creative control of a story.
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Collaborative software was originally designated as groupware and this term can be traced as far back as the late 1980s, when Richman and Slovak ( 1987 ) wrote:
Other designed specifically to assist in collaboration when using virtual worlds as a business platform, while yet another type of software, Collaborative Knowledge Management ( cKM ), bridges the gap and can be used simultaneously in Second Life and on the web.
Collaborative filtering systems have many forms, but many common systems can be reduced to two steps:
The university's Collaborative Provision in April 2006 found that broad confidence can be placed in the university's present and likely future management of the academic standards of its awards made through collaborative arrangements.
Students admitted to the MBA program can apply to the Collaborative Program in Environmental Studies, a collaborative program offered through the University of Toronto ’ s Centre for Environment.
CQ or C-IQ ( Collaborative IQ or Collaborative Intelligence ) measures the collaborative effectiveness of a group, which can be greater or less than the aggregate knowledge and capability possessed by individual group members.
ABC No Rio itself grew out of the 1979 Real Estate Show, organized by the artists ' group Colab ( Collaborative Projects ), in which a large group of artists seeking to foster connections between these communities occupied an abandoned building at 123 Delancey St. and turned it into a gallery to show solidarity with working people in a critique of the city's land use policies — policies that in essence kept buildings empty until the area again attracted investment from developers — and a demonstration of what can be achieved through solidarity.
The West Midlands Collaborative Commerce Marketplace ( WMCCM ) is a project focused on small-medium sized engineering enterprises ( engineering SMEs ) in the English county of the West Midlands, and how they can develop in response to business pressures using the opportunities provided by the Internet.
Collaborative fiction can occur for commercial gain, as part of education, or recreationally-many collaboratively written works have been the subject of a large degree of academic research.
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Collaborative research with other institutions includes projects with the CSIRO and the high profile Cooperative Research Centres.
Educational Collaborative Partnerships are established by mutual agreement between two or more parties to work together on projects and activities that will enhance the quality of education for students while improving skills critical to success in the workplace.
Collaborative projects include " The Double Trio ," composed of the " Arcado String Trio " and the Trio du Clarinettes.
Two of the earliest projects were the Collaborative Digitization Project in Colorado and NC ECHO-North Carolina Exploring Cultural Heritage Online, based at the State Library of North Carolina.
Since 1998, the university has undertaken 12 very important national projects, such as Action Plan project " Multi-media Distance Education System and Project "; Education Ministry approved large project " the Demonstrate Project of Internet Education Based on Satellite and Terrestrial Networks "; " Tenth Five-Year Plan " key project " real-time teaching system "; National Science Fund project " Study of Individual and Interactive Virtual Collaborative Learning Environment " and " Study and Application of Personality Mining in E-Learning ".
After working with modern architect Walter Gropius at the Architects ' Collaborative, Gund began his career with significant projects that drew from a modernist vocabulary.
Collaborative programs of exhibitions, educational activities, and special projects allow both institutions to draw on their respective strengths and resources and to continue shaping a cultural discourse.
Collaborative groups may allow for more input and influence on projects from the public than the normal NEPA process, despite the fact that projects under the act go through an expedited NEPA process.
* The West Oakland Food Collaborative operates a farmers market, and other projects to provide healthy food to the neighborhood.