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Transcript of Internet Collaboration
#1. Internet collaboration helps students to learn more
#2 Internet collaboration helps researches
#3 Internet collaboration, the key for the business future
This article basically says that a school called Mamoeketsi installed a internet system that the students could make discussions and collaborate with each, the performance of the students increased.
This website from the Washington University, tells about the collaboration between students and how the internet and other technologies break the problems of collaboration.
This site from a University at Albany, teaches his online students how to have a good collaborative learning.
In this paperwork, they studied how the internet collaboration helped the Ethnography research.
This tell us how a collaborating research can be organized.
The rules to make a collaborative work and its importance.
In this article it says the importance of the collaborative work to the science
In the first paragraph of this text it says the qualities of a collaborative work.
In this website, it shows us how the collaboration is the key for future business.
In this Forbes interview, it show us the qualities of a internet collaboration business, like fast feedback's and decisions are made more quickly.
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-Credibility:This information was found in a '.edu' site, which is a university site.
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-Copyright: this document has the name of one of the theachers of the university.
-Continuity: The website which this document is in, is still updated.
4# Internet collaboration helps communication
This article says how students are using the internet collaboration to communicate.
It's a Microsoft program that helps communicating with others.
The most important points to have a good communicative and collaborative work.
#5 Collaboration, the KEY to success
This article says that the basic skill for a student achieve success is collaboration.
It is a news of a collaboration work of banana republic, that leaded to success of their products.
It says about the collaboration of two companies (Isuzu and GM) to lead to success.
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-Continuity: the website with this news was updated recently;
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-Content: is a information from Microsoft tools for you to connect more easily, this news comes from the Microsoft website itself, which is a serious company;
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