Research and Collaboration

Collaboration is used in developing a syllabus with the argument that the formulation of a goal together with full awareness will result in an activity that focuses on the achievement of the goal. In language learning, collaboration is characterized by a collaborative process for information sharing, function roles, and responsibilities among the members involved; a problem solving or joint task; the existence of complementary and complementary functions; and the participation of partnership.
Despite much previous research on collaborative research, little attention has been paid to the concept of ‘collaboration’ or the adequacy of efforts to measure it through co-authorship. In this case, the College Voltage distinguishes between collaborations at different levels and shows that inter-institutional and international collaboration need not involve collaboration between individuals. College Voltage also shows that co-authorship is nothing more than a collaboration indicator. Lastly, College Voltage is arguing for a more symmetrical approach in comparing the cost of collaboration with unquestionable benefits when considering policy towards collaborative research.