The musical assistant explains developments in musical research and translates artistic ideas into programming languages. Finally, he or she transforms those ideas into a score or a computer program and often performs the musical piece during the concerts. Collaboration in entertainment dates from the origin of theatrical productions, millenia ago. It takes the form of writers, directors, actors, producers and other individuals or groups work on the same production.
In the twenty-first century, new technology has enhanced collaboration. Screenwriter organizations bring together professional and amateur writers and filmmakers. Collaboration in business can be found both within and across organizations  and ranges from partnership and crowd funding to the complexity of a multinational corporation.
Inter-organizational collaboration brings participating parties to invest resources, mutually achieve goals, share information, resources, rewards and responsibilities, as well as make joint decisions and solve problems. It is a way of coordinating different ideas from numerous people to generate a wide variety of knowledge. Collaboration with a selected few firms has been shown to positively impact firm performance and innovation outcomes. Technology has provided the internet, wireless connectivity and collaboration tools such as blogs and wikis, and has as such created the possibility of " mass collaboration ".
People are able to rapidly communicate and share ideas, crossing longstanding geographical and cultural boundaries. Social networks permeate business culture where collaborative uses include file sharing and knowledge transfer. Journalist Evan Rosen claims that command-and-control organizational structures inhibit collaboration and replacing such structures allows collaboration to flourish.
Studies have found that collaboration can increase achievement and productivity. Coworking spaces are businesses that provide space for freelancers to work with others in a collaborative environment. In recent years, co-teaching has become more common, found in US classrooms across all grade levels and content areas. As American classrooms have become increasingly diverse, so have the challenges for educators. Due to the diverse needs of students with designated special needs, English language learners ELL , and students of varied academic levels, teachers have developed new approaches that provide additional student support.
In the report "What Matters Most: Teachers increasingly use collaborative software to establish virtual learning environments VLEs. This allows them to share learning materials and feedback with both students and in some cases, parents. Collaboration in publishing can be as simple as dual-authorship or as complex as commons-based peer production. This approach helped ensure that the technical aspects of the novel The Martian were as accurate as possible.
Scientific collaboration rapidly advanced throughout the twentieth century as measured by the increasing numbers of coauthors on published papers. Wagner and Leydesdorff found international collaborations to have doubled from to While nurses have long collaborated with doctors, the physician assistant - physician relationship is more recent.
A collaborative plan is filed with each state board of medicine where the PA works. This plan formally delineates the scope of practice approved by the physician. Collaboration in technology encompasses a broad range of tools that enable groups of people to work together including social networking, instant messaging, team spaces, web sharing, audio conferencing, video, and telephony.
Many large companies adopt collaboration platforms to allow employees, customers and partners to intelligently connect and interact. Enterprise collaboration tools focus on encouraging collective intelligence and staff collaboration at the organization level, or with partners. These include features such as staff networking, expert recommendations, information sharing, expertise location, peer feedback , and real-time collaboration.
At the personal level, this enables employees to enhance social awareness and their profiles and interactions Collaboration encompasses both asynchronous and synchronous methods of communication and serves as an umbrella term for a wide variety of software packages.
Perhaps the most commonly associated form of synchronous collaboration is web conferencing, but the term can encompass IP telephony, instant messaging, and rich video interaction with telepresence, as well. Not only can a group cheaply communicate, but the wide reach of the Internet allows groups to easily form, particularly among dispersed, niche participants.
An example of this is the free software movement in software development which produced GNU and Linux from scratch and has taken over development of Mozilla and OpenOffice. Commons-based peer production is a term coined by Yale Law professor Yochai Benkler to describe a new model of economic production in which the creative energy of large numbers of people is coordinated usually with the aid of the internet into large, meaningful projects, mostly without hierarchical organization or financial compensation.
He compares this to firm production where a centralized decision process decides what has to be done and by whom and market-based production when tagging different prices to different jobs serves as an attractor to anyone interested in doing the job. Examples of products created by means of commons-based peer production include Linux , a computer operating system ; Slashdot , a news and announcements website; Kuro5hin , a discussion site for technology and culture; Wikipedia , an online encyclopedia ; and Clickworkers , a collaborative scientific work.
Another example is Socialtext , a software solution that uses tools such as wikis and weblogs and helps companies to create a collaborative work environment. The term massively distributed collaboration was coined by Mitchell Kapor , in a presentation at UC Berkeley on , to describe an emerging activity of wikis and electronic mailing lists and blogs and other content-creating virtual communities online.
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"Why write together?" the authors ask. They answer that question here, in the first book to combine theoretical and historical explorations with actual research on collaborative and group writing. Transforming media into collaborative spaces with video, voice, and text commenting.