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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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New Integrated COLLABORATE Room Pro and Beamforming Microphone Array System The new COLLABORATE Room Pro integrated solution is the world's only professional video collaboration system to integrate beamforming microphone technology without the need for a DSP mixer by using a standard USB connection between the Beamforming Microphone Array and the COLLABORATE Room Pro.
As demonstrated in this student paper, providing structured opportunities for in-service teachers to meaningfully communicate and collaborate with families can profoundly impact their perspectives and actions.
CollaboRATE unlocks the collective wisdom within an organization to make better hiring decisions while speeding up the entire hiring process.
With native support for iPhone(TM), iPod touch, Android(TM), and the Web - and out-of-the-box integration with popular cloud services including Box(TM), Dropbox(TM), Evernote(TM), Google Drive(TM), Apple iCloud(TM), and email - teams can get started with Collaborate.
Key features included in the Collaborate module include:
Available with up to 1080p resolution, the COLLABORATE Desktop offers multiple media transmitting capabilities for video, audio and data.
By accessing the Blackboard Collaborate platform within the LMS, students can attend live virtual sessions, view recordings with a single click and easily connect with their peers and instructors.
In addition, the two organizations plan to collaborate on the development of common standards for enterprise-wide encryption and key management.
Tatara Systems and AirWalk Communications Collaborate II-46
Groups can literally begin to collaborate, delegate, and organize different projects within seconds.
TradeStone Software enables retailers and manufacturers to plan, design, collaborate on and purchase goods from across the world as easily as from across the street.