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Collaboration Etymology is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Collaboration Etymology books and related discussion.
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- Definition of Collaboration Collaboration (co+labor+ation) refers
- Currently there exists no unifying general theory of collaboration. Etymology. Dating from 1871, collaboration is a back-formation from collaborator.
- Collaboration- A Meaningful Mess (Hub Article 03.2011 Ltr
- We have all experienced the messiness of collaboration: the divergent perspectives that we wonder or united in labour, which the word's etymology suggests.
- An 'FB-oh'?: The etymology of the 'religious entity' and its impact on
- The etymology of the 'religious entity' and its impact on our understanding of the It also impacts on work around collaboration and partnership (e.g.
- THE ROLE OF COLLABORATION IN DEVELOPING L2
- collaboration in second language vocabulary learning.
- COS 423: Theory of Algorithms
- "Collaboration permitted" problem sets. ■. Can form "No collaboration" problem sets.
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- collaboration - Wiktionary
- Originated 1855–60 from French collaboration, from Late Latin collaboratus + French -ion, from Latin con- (“with”) + labōrō (“work”).
- collaboration - Online Etymology Dictionary
- 1860, from Fr. collaboration, noun of action from L. collaborare (see collaborate).
- Syndicom » Etymology of Collaboration
- Aug 28, 2008 Etymology of Collaboration.
- Death in June - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- 3.1 Creation of World Serpent Distribution; 3.2 Collaboration with David Tibet; 3.
- Collaboration | Define Collaboration at Dictionary.com
- Collaboration definition at Dictionary.
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