475 address the collaborative
law process enacted by Chapter 2016-93, Laws of Florida.
By now you certainly realize that the conference will be a collaborative
effort between the Canadian Federation of Music Teachers' Associations, The Royal Conservatory of Music and MTNA.
This study sought to explore students' attitudes toward four types of interaction in the online learning environment: instructional, affective, collaborative
, and vicarious interactions.
The article discusses theoretical frameworks and lessons learned through professional and personal experiences with (a) initiating a collaborative
research-practice initiative; (b) making connections and enhancing collaborative
relationships among university faculty, graduate students, and school professionals; and (c) facilitating graduate student professional development and training.
Practice allows the divorcing couple to resolve their disputes without going to court.
1) In a prospective study of nearly 3,000 low-income women, those who received collaborative
care and those who received traditional care had similar rates of major maternal and neonatal complications.
learning, sometimes called "group" or "shared" learning, takes advantage of learning as a social process.
Like a family made up of many different personalities, the collaborative
applications market consists of younger and older segments that interact on some levels while operating independently on others.
ActiveStrategy Enterprise Designated as Balanced Scorecard Collaborative
The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of cultural orientations on collaborative
Performance Forum was created to serve all members, but particularly those interested in group performances.
Microsoft and Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative
Implement Tech Upgrades for Healthcare Systems