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  Welcome to the Campbell Collaboration
The Campbell Collaboration (C2) is an independent, international, non-profit organization that strives to provide decision-makers with evidence-based information to empower them to make well-informed decisions about the effects of interventions in the social, behavioral and educational arenas.
The Campbell Collaboration’s substantive priorities include, though are not confined to, education, social welfare, and crime and justice.
The Collaboration is largely a voluntary organization that welcomes newcomers from around the world, irrespective of professional or disciplinary background.
www.campbellcollaboration.org   (161 words)

  Collaboration   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Collaboration is a partnership of interdependence and requires that nurses, physicians and other health care providers have complementary rather than hierarchical roles (Saur and Ford, 1995).
Collaboration by definition requires a mutual sharing and working together to achieve a common goal so that each person's contribution is recognized.
Collaboration is not competitive with other health care providers but a partnership in which collaborators participate in joint decision making.
www.apna.org /resources/postionpapers/collaboration.html   (1096 words)

 Collaboration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dating from 1871, collaboration is a back-formation from collaborator (1802), from the French collaborateur, ultimately from the Latin collaboratus, past participle of collaborare ("work with"), itself derived from com- ("with") and labore ("to work").
One opinion is that whilst collaboration is natural in some societies, and is generally natural in pre-existing teams, collaboration is unnatural in new groups and western society.
The use of "collaboration" to mean "traitorous cooperation with the enemy," dates from 1940, originally in reference to the Vichy Regime in France, and other French people who helped Nazi Germany.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Collaboration   (1565 words)

 (U) Intelligence Community Collaboration Baseline Study
In general, the basic elements of effective teamwork and collaboration are the same regardless of whether team members are working in a face-to-face meeting or working in a virtual environment that connects team members separated by either time or space.
The hierarchical depiction of the collaboration levels in Figure 3 is not intended to imply an ideal level of IC collaboration.
Managers should communicate the goals for the collaboration effort, the level of organizational commitment to ensure success of the project, and the priority of the project within the context of the day-to-day responsibilities of the analysts participating in the collaboration.
collaboration.mitre.org /prail/IC_Collaboration_Baseline_Study_Final_Report/3_0.htm   (10259 words)

 How to Save the World
Collaboration could be improved by (a) creating a lot more opportunities to practice it, (b) speaking out when supposedly or potentially collaborative activities aren't, and fixing them so they are, and (c) ousting the egos and outing the wallflowers in collaborative groups so participation is equal.
Collaboration is much more than any of these things, but, sadly, because so many large business environments are so dysfunctional, it is almost impossible to find great examples of business collaboration anywhere.
Business needs to raise the bar by which it assesses its collaborative performance to a comparable high level, and appreciate that many of the attributes (competitiveness, hierarchy, the cult of leadership, and sheer mind-boggling size) that are the hallmarks of the modern corporation work directly against the achievement of greatness in collaboration.
blogs.salon.com /0002007/2004/11/22.html   (1784 words)

 Collaboration, Knowledge Representation and Automatability
"Collaboration" over the World Wide Web is a very broad area of research, involving wide-reaching issues such as knowledge representation, annotation of objects by objects, notification, and any other issues which arise in the creation of shared information systems and collaborative development.
The first Workshop on WWW and Collaboration was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA from 11-12 September 1995.
At the Workshop on WWW and Collaboration, 11-12 September 1995, a large number of issues were raised, and several working groups were formed to work on specific issues.
www.w3.org /Collaboration/Overview.html   (931 words)

 National Network for Collaboration Framework
Collaborative community efforts are constructive responses to creating caring communities and expanding the safety net for children, youth and families.
The goal of community collaboration is to bring individuals and members of communities, agencies and organizations together in an atmosphere of support to systematically solve existing and emerging problems that could not be solved by one group alone.
Collaborations which have support and endorsement of key people, groups and organizations in power are more likely to be effective in reaching the agreed upon outcomes.
crs.uvm.edu /nnco/collab/framework.html   (5409 words)

 Culture of Collaboration - ECOSYSTEM - Magazine - Darwin Online for Informed Executives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Collaborative tools on the market today make it easy to coordinate large groups by enabling members to post questions, work jointly on documents, schedule meetings and track progress toward goals.
Psychologist Calmas says that the best incentives for fostering collaboration are "verbal praise, the thrill of making a contribution, working in a productive group and having your ideas appreciated." Rather than punish employees who don't participate in the collaborative environment, celebrate the contributions of those who do.
Collaborative tools will be adopted more widely within a company and their use will become more routine if employees and executives understand how much time and money they save—and the savings can be dramatic.
www.darwinmag.com /read/110101/ecosystem.html   (1263 words)

 Occupied France
Collaboration was also essential in ensuring that Vichy was given the time and space to reconstruct France along the lines of the National Revolution.
Collaboration, therefore, was a reality for the French authorities as early as the 25 June 1940 when the terms of the armistice came into force.
Collaboration with the Germans on a number of projects was, for example, particularly beneficial to the French aircraft industry.
www.sunderland.ac.uk /~os0tmc/occupied/collab.htm   (3002 words)

 java.net - The Source for Java Technology Collaboration
We are digging into next-generation scripting languages, Web 2.0, ecommerce collaboration, business management topics and more.
We are also reaching out to include technologies that play well with Java, exploring the rich development platform available to all.
Your use of this web site or any of its content or software indicates your agreement to be bound by these Terms of Participation.
www.java.net   (863 words)

 Sloan Digital Sky Survey
The Collaboration provides an opportunity for its members to exchange information and ideas freely, thereby assisting the pursuit of their individual research goals.
Collaboration Affairs is the organization for accomplishing these goals.
Collaboration Affairs consists of the Collaboration Council, the Working Groups, and the Publications Office.
www.sdss.org /collaboration   (441 words)

 Wikipedia:Collaboration of the week - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The next collaboration will be selected at 18:00 on Sunday March 19, UTC (the current UTC time is 18:58, March 20, 2006).
Previous collaborations may be found at past collaborations.
The Collaboration of the Week is for stubs and non-existent pages.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Collaboration_of_the_week   (1626 words)

 MIT Project Oxygen: Collaboration
It maintains the context of each collaborative group in an individualized knowledge database, so that it can be recalled to continue the discussion at a future time or in another place.
The collaboration subsystem uses the automation subsystem, together with Bayesian techniques for analysis and knowledge-based techniques for process management, to act as a coordinator and mediate interactions among members of a collaborative team.
The collaboration system plays the role of an active participant, noticing tasks that need to be undertaken, noticing when information required for those tasks has been developed, and making conclusions when appropriate.
oxygen.lcs.mit.edu /Collaboration.html   (604 words)

 Stewardship Contracting - Collaboration
Collaboration is not something new, it is part of our business practice.
In order for collaboration to work, the agency line officer must be involved at key stages of the project.
The Collaboration Handbook (PDF) - prepared by Carol Daly, Flathead Economic Policy Center for the Red Lodge Clearinghouse.
www.fs.fed.us /forestmanagement/projects/stewardship/collaboration   (382 words)

 The School Library Media Specialist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Watch examples of collaboration from the 2002 Collaboration Grant Projects from the Indiana Department of Education.
Collaborative relationships are enabled by recognizing the varied roles served by individuals of the learning community (including the teacher librarian), modeling desired practices, acting proactively, and providing personal experience and expertise.
Collaborative planning is defined as the teaming of teachers, library media specialists, and technology specialists to create exciting learning experiences that take advantage of the information-rich and technology-rich environment of the school.
eduscapes.com /sms/collaboration.html   (1269 words)

 NextPage Inc. - Collaboration Software
Collaboration software is software that allows business professionals to work in conjunction with other professionals in order to create business documents, presentations, and budgets.
Some of the centralized options also require that all persons participating in the collaborative project purchase the same software.
With the graphical Version Map, you would always know where the various versions of your spreadsheet are stored, what changes have been made, who has reviewed your spreadsheet, when the revisions were made, and how the revisions fit together.
www.nextpage.com /landingpages/collaboration_software.htm   (300 words)

 Leader to Leader Institute: Collaboration
Meeting the Collaboration Challenge workshops are being offered in cities across the United States.
The Leader to Leader Institute collaborated with the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) to host a Pre-Conference Seminar on Meeting the Collaboration Challenge at the 4th Annual Asian Forum on Corporate Social Responsibility (AFCSR) on September 7, 2005 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Museums Meet the Collaboration: An 8-Point Framework for Partnerships.
www.pfdf.org /collaboration   (637 words)

 Collaboration   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
"Collaboration is a process to reach goals that cannot be achieved acting singly (or, at a minimum, cannot be reached efficiently).
As a process, collaboration is a means to an end, not an end in itself.
"Collaboration includes all of the following elements: jointly developing and agreeing to a set of common goals and directions; sharing responsibility for obtaining those goals; and working together to achieve those goals, using the expertise of each collaborator." (p.
www.ncrel.org /sdrs/areas/issues/envrnmnt/drugfree/sa1lk26.htm   (113 words)

 National Network for Collaboration
Collaboration is a process of participation through which people, groups and organizations work together to achieve desired results.
Collaboration Handbook: Creating, Sustaining, and Enjoying the Journey The Collaboration Handbook gives you expert advice on how to establish and operate a successful collaboration, including how to find and attract the right people, build trust, change conflict into cooperation, select the best structure, and much more.
Collaboration: What Makes It Work Use this report to prepare and plan for collaboration in your community, identify strengths and weaknesses in your collaboration, and envision new ways to accomplish your mission.
crs.uvm.edu /nnco   (722 words)

 A Travel Guide To Collaboration - COLLABORATION - Identify forms of B2B collaboration - CIO Magazine Nov 15,2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Forms of collaboration can be classified by the relationship between the collaborating parties, which often sets the tone for the partnership.
And the collaboration continues with the recent introduction of Glad ForceFlex trash bags, which are made of strong but stretchable plastic developed by P&G. Lafley, P&G's CEO, is so bullish on the concept of collaboration that he's made it a corporate priority, setting a goal of sourcing 50 percent of the company's innovation externally.
Collaborators don't need to deal with the hassles of integrating systems or invest in a specific technology as a precondition of working with business partners; they just need Web access and money to pay for the service.
www.cio.com /archive/111504/guide.html   (5030 words)

 Technorati Tag: collaboration   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Collaborate on the Internet with WebEx Share information from your desktop allowing people in dispersed organizations to collaborate and communicate more effectively.
Collaboration Have your collaboration solution up and running in minutes.
MKS for Development Collaboration Manage enterprise software and Web application development with workflow-enabled software for software development collaboration.
www.technorati.com /tag/collaboration   (539 words)

 Line56.com: FileNet Adds Collaboration   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Layering in collaboration -- whether through acquisition or, as in FileNet's case, in-house development -- is part of an ECM trend.
Adding collaboration is a significant move for an ECM company that has traditionally done well in managing structured content -- usually, paper.
This is important because, in theory, it makes it easier to extract value from collaborative discussions, which can be otherwise unavailable for reuse or scrutiny later.
www.line56.com /articles?ArticleID=5443   (287 words)

 WWW Collaboration Projects
This is a list of resources about collaboration technologies and WWW projects that support collaboration by participants.
The categories of collaboration capabilities may be considered dimensions of cyberspace.
Collaborative Computing is a new international quarterly journal which covers the areas of group work, collaborative systems, telecommunications, computing and distributed systems.
www.hypernews.org /HyperNews/get/www/collaboration.html   (1881 words)

 Collaboration Software, Wikis, Blogs, Workspaces, RSS, and Social Software from Intranet Journal
IBM announced enhanced collaboration capabilities with audio, video, and VoIP as IBM executives defended their Lotus position at Lotusphere 2006.
Collaboration is at the heart of the Web-based word processors that seem to be popping up all over the place.
If you collaborate on a lot of Office documents, you're probably familiar with the ad hoc document chaos created by multiple versions, edits, and e-mail attachments.
www.intranetjournal.com /collab   (1192 words)

 Oracle Collaboration Suite   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Oracle provides a collaborative environment on the Grid so your data center can leverage Oracle resources to decrease the total cost of ownership and increase service levels.
Oracle Collaboration Suite is a member of the Oracle Fusion Middleware family of products and is based on a service-oriented architecture that is designed to integrate into your existing applications and processes.
Free Butler Group Report: Oracle Collaboration Suite is a next-generation collaborative environment.
www.oracle.com /collabsuite   (470 words)

 EMC Documentum Collaboration Solution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Although 80 percent of all work processes require collaboration, only EMC Documentum has designed a complete environment capable of bringing people and content together for effective project team management.
As soon as they accept the invitation, they can begin collaborating by saving project content directly in the secure workspace for others to view.
Virtual workspaces – Create a collaborative environment that allows distributed participants to work as if they were at the same location.
www.documentum.com /solutions/collaboration   (243 words)

 The Collaboration for the Advancement of College Teaching & Learning
The Collaboration for the Advancement of College Teaching and Learning is an alliance of colleges and universities that supports and promotes outstanding college teaching and learning.
It's not too late to become a member and take advantage of the Collaboration's wide range of opportunities to help your institution promote student learning and build institutional capacity to address current and future challenges.
Participants in our 25th anniversary gala celebration helped to recognize The Collaboration’s Charter and other long-term member institutions, each of which received a special certificate for framing, and the dozens of higher education leaders who have served over the years as The Collaboration’s conference keynoters and consultants.
www.collab.org   (851 words)

 Catalyst Teaching: Promote Student Collaboration
You can easily search for materials that encourage student collaboration by using keywords such as ?student collaboration?.
Collaboration over the Web: Strategies and Goals, in Using Technology to Enhance Learning: How Using Technology Changes What Faculty Do (1998).
Interactive and Collaborative Uses of the Web, in Using Technology to Enhance Learning: How Using Technology Changes What Faculty Do (1998).
catalyst.washington.edu /method/collaboration.html   (557 words)

 Free & Open Source Software Portal:Software/Productivity Tools/Collaboration   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
ACollab is available as a work groups addon for ATutor 1.4, and as a standalone collaborative work environment that will run on its own.
ACollab is ideal for groups working at a distance developing documentation, collaborating on research, or writing joint papers, and ideal for online educators who wish to add group learning activities to their ATutor courses.
GForge is an Open Source collaborative software development tool, which allows you to organize and manage any number of software development projects.
www.unesco.org /webworld/portal_freesoftware/Software/Productivity_Tools/Collaboration/index.shtml   (696 words)

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