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  • Many research groups from countries all over the world were involved in this collaborative effort.
  • This remains, to date, the only collaborative project between these two major institutions.
  • Collaborative, group, and individual study areas are offered as well as group study rooms.
  • During the same period he also worked on two collaborative projects.
  • Collaborative writing has been the subject of academic research and business for over two decades.
  • A collaborative response team has been formed to work on the disease.
  • The collaborative approach has become the driving philosophy of the entire police department.
  • Collaborative authors may have also their works published under a single pen name.
  • The private and public schools have collaborative sports and band programs.
  • Also, Sharp announced that they might work on a collaborative record together.
  • Collaborative learning is a situation in which two or more people learn or attempt to learn something together.
  • Open-source software is often developed in a public, collaborative manner.
  • Recently the library has included other services such as a writing center and meeting spaces for collaborative work.
  • Letter games can be a writing exercise or a form of collaborative fiction.
  • Before going to the studio, the band had decided have a more collaborative writing process than they had in the past.
  • Individuals come together via online communities in collaborative efforts to create.
  • Rather, this name was one applied to various collaborative configurations among these four artists.
  • It is also known as collaborative role-playing, a term used by other games with a similar mechanism.
  • The collaborative process of developing a game is what he has found most fascinating.
  • Within the European American middle-class communities, children typically do not learn through collaborative learning methods.
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Words starting with collaborative

Synonyms of collaborative