Co-Author

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Any author who appears on the 'marquee' after the first-named author of a research report, literature review or other scientific communication
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Co-Authoring works by saving your workbook to the server after every change.
If you regularly access 500 Excel workbooks and only three of them benefit from Co-Authoring and AutoSave, this means that you will have to remember to disable AutoSave the first time that you open each of the 497 other files.
For people who rarely use Co-Authoring with a workbook, having the global AutoSave always set to on will be very annoying.
A survey of 15 colleges of business including 924 tenure and tenure track business faculty was conducted to determine the impact of the AACSB-International on the publication efforts of faculty, the preferred arrangement of authors on journal articles, and the reasons for co-authoring an article.
In effect, co-authoring with students helps "to enrich the experiences and productivity of learners, thereby enabling them to produce powerful compositions" (Condon and Clyde 1996).
Students also benefit from co-authoring with faculty members because they are given the opportunity to forge close relationships with fellow students.