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collaborative

adjective Referring to two or more individuals, agencies, trusts, etc., who work together towards a common goal.
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Faculty are moderators of the Collaborate sessions and have options to control multiple features of the tool, including the live chat feature.
It was anticipated that teachers would gain a deeper understanding of disability and inclusion from the family perspective and come to view families as a resource from whom to learn and with whom to collaborate.
Arrogance is one of the major obstacles: Arrogant people don't need to collaborate.
We gave solution providers a sneak peek of AT&T Collaborate earlier this year, and they immediately recognized its value, said Kevin Leonard, vice president, AT&T Alliance Channel.
AT&T Collaborate delivers a complete range of cloud-based voice features and collaboration tools, like instant messaging and presence, audio, video and web conferencing, and content sharing.
AT&T Collaborate provides a full array of cloud-based voice features and collaboration tools, such as instant messaging and presence, audio, video and web conferencing, and content sharing.