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- adj. Of, relating to, or done by collaboration.
- n. An organized group of people or entities who collaborate towards a particular goal
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. accomplished by collaboration; cooperative. Opposed to
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. accomplished by collaboration
We looked into what I term collaborative investments about 5 years ago and concluded that the concept was flawed – mainly due to the long time series needed for each participant.
The term collaborative consumption is used to describe the cultural and economic force away from 'hyper-consumption' to re-invented economic models of sharing, swapping, bartering, trading or renting that have been enabled by advances in social media and peer-to-peer online platforms
They do this through education, facilitation and what they term collaborative strategic planning.
MICHELE NORRIS, host: Since 2005, the One Laptop per Child program has promised to bring what it calls collaborative, joyful, self-empowered learning to children in poor countries.
And TV is what you call a collaborative enterprise, so there ` s a lot of people involved.
The organization is working with IBM's Business Consulting Services Group and Perfect Commerce on what it calls collaborative sourcing.
Then in the mid 1980s he switched to doing what he calls collaborative portraits in color, where he would ask people if he could take their picture.
At this point, I had all the components in place for what I call a collaborative parallel design process.
The Bush Administration convened what it called a collaborative effort between federal dam managers, wildlife officials, the region's Indian tribes and the states of Idaho, Washington,
San Diego has what it calls collaborative justice courts.