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Teaching Collaboration

Hi! One of the issues I run into is that humanities scholars (like me!) are trained for solitary research, not collaboration. While we’re eager to collaborate with our cross-disciplinary peers and colleagues, we may lack the soft skills to engage … Continue reading

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Tools to faciltitate interdisciplinary collaborative teams

We should have a session on the tools participants find useful in supporting their collaborative teams, especially those that cross disciplinary boundaries.  The session could explore how to hack a collaborative team site by loosely coupling existing tools.

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