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Intertexts | October 28, 2008

Since “Intertexts” addresses the concept of collaboration, it is only fitting that the article itself stands as a product of collaboration.  And since the quotes referenced seem to show favoring towards collaboration, the negatives seem to be somewhat overlooked.  Besides legal and credit issues, what are some problems of collaboration?

Do problems in collaboration change when the goal changes, meaning the difference between publishing a texts and completing a group project for a grade?

Since “Intertexts” is a collaborative effort about collaboration, the text, in a sense, doesn’t always recognize itself.  The format and construction of the article is rather experimental or alternative.  Does this make collaboration a form of experimentalism?


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Chris Magiet is a blog editor for TrainSignal Training, writing about the new things going on at TrainSignal. He brings news on training releases, industry updates, and more exclusive content. A recent Liberal Arts grad from the University of Illinois, Chris joined the TrainSignal team to support a great experience for the users of TrainSignal Training.







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