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promotes social collaboration within a neighborhood
Social collaboration is the process of multiple people or groups working in a coordinated and mutual fashion to achieve common goals. Promoting social collaboration may also happen on the basis of communication methods such as social media platforms, participatory approaches and co-designed activities, to encourage different groups in the neighborhood to active involvement and engagement.
- Dennis Sandow, Reflexus Company and Anne Murray Allen, Hewlett-Packard Company. 2005. “The Nature of Social Collaboration: How Work Really Gets Done.” Reflections: the SoL Journal on Knowledge, Learning, and Change. Volume 6, Number 2/ 3: 1-14.
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