Difference between revisions of "Increasing Online Collaboration"

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<h2>Description</h2>
 
<h2>Description</h2>
The Internet has enabled people from nearly all corners of the earth to engage with each other in workplace and leisure settings. Online collaboration occurs when participants in geographically diverse locations engage to produce a project collectively. It may be seen in the workplace as geographically distributed teams collaborate on projects for customers who are themselves globally distributed, and in open sourced settings where individuals contribute to open source software or collaborative knowledge repositories such as wikis and open sourced textbooks.
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The Internet has enabled people from nearly all corners of the earth to engage with each other in workplace and leisure settings. Online collaboration occurs when participants in geographically diverse locations engage to produce a project collectively. It may be seen in the workplace as geographically distributed teams collaborate on projects for customers who are themselves globally distributed, and in open sourced settings where individuals contribute to open source software or collaborative knowledge repositories such as wikis and open sourced textbooks.  
  
 
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Impact on Education: In a world where these two paradigms prevail, governments may need to consider enabling classrooms with internet technology to enable collaborative projects at an early age. <br>
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- Impact on Education: In a world where these two paradigms prevail, governments may need to consider enabling classrooms with internet technology to enable collaborative projects at an early age. <br>
  
 
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