social collaboration

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

social interaction (plural social collaborations)

  1. A process that helps multiple people share information utilizing interpersonal and social networks to achieve any common goal.
    • 1997, Robert S. Robins, Jerrold M. Post, Political Paranoia: The Psychopolitics of Hatred, page 70
      Social collaboration produces such benefits as more effective food acquisition, better protection against predators, better care of young,
    • 2002, James Flood, Handbook of Research on Teaching the English Language Arts, page 861
      Finally, opportunities for social collaboration also nurture motivation. Give children the opportunity to engage in learning through collaboration with a [...].
    • 2002, Cathy Collins Block, Michael Pressley, Comprehension Instruction: Research-Based Best Practices, page 230
      An emphasis on social collaboration was seen in the arrangement of the physical classroom, including the grouping of desks and use of learning centers.

Usage notesEdit

Rarely used in a work oriented context.

Last modified on 10 November 2012, at 22:38