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Thus, multiple challenges point to the need for multidisciplinary collaborative efforts (Bemak, 2000; Green & Keys, 2001).
A multiple regression analysis was then conducted to see whether course satisfaction can be predicted by students' attitudes toward interaction, with instructional, affective, collaborative, and vicarious interactions as predictor variables and course satisfaction as the criterion variable.
The collaborative law process involves the nonadversarial resolution of disputes through voluntary settlement procedures.
Collaborative Practice allows clients to speak in a safe environment and with the assistance of the financial team, the widest ranges of settlement options are considered because the process is interest-based rather than claim-denial based.
The proportions who were Hispanic, came from Mexico and spoke only Spanish were significantly larger among women receiving collaborative care (55-86%) than among those getting traditional care (26-61%).
How can collaborative projects help promote community involvement?
The fastest-growing segments of the market in terms of revenues will be team collaborative applications, followed by standalone service provider email and real-time conferencing software.
President of the Balanced Scorecard Collaborative, said, "ActiveStrategy Enterprise is an excellent addition to our certified software family.
Although the positive aspects of collaborative learning are documented, a few studies give evidence to the problems in collaborative learning.
Many of the columns and articles in AMT regarding collaborative issues stemmed from an idea or recommendation at a Collaborative Performance Forum meeting.
The work that Microsoft and the Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative are doing will most certainly give us better tools to deliver the high quality healthcare that our patients need and demand.
We conclude from these findings that changing perceptions from hierarchical to collaborative and low influence to high influence is critical to making and implementing important instructional decisions.

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