Collaboration Bibliography

Allen, N., Atkinson, D., Morgan, M., Moore, T., & Snow, C. (1987). What experienced collaborators say about collaborative writing. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 1(2), 70–90.

Allen, N., & Benninghoff, S. T. (2004). TPC program snapshots: Developing curricula and addressing challenges. Technical Communication Quarterly, 13, 157-185.

Anders, A. (2016). Team communication platforms and emergent social collaboration practices. International Journal of Business Communication, 53(2), 224–261.

Baker, M.J. (2015). Collaboration in collaborative learning. Interaction Studies: Social Behaviour and Communication in Biological and Artificial Systems, 16(3), 451–473.

Behfar, K., Kern, M., & Brett, J. (2006). Managing challenges in multicultural teams. In Y-R. Chen (Ed.), National Culture and Groups (Research on Managing Groups and Teams, Volume 9) (pp. 233-262). Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Behles, J. (2013). The use of online collaborative writing tools by technical communication practitioners and students. Technical Communication, 50(1), 28-44.

Bennett, L.M., & Gadlin, H. (2012). Collaboration and team science: From theory to practice. Journal of Investigative Medicine, 60(5), 768–775.

Blair, K. & Nickoson, L. (Eds.) (2018). Composing feminist interventions: Activism, engagement, praxis. Fort Collins/Boulder, CO: The WAC Clearinghouse & University Press of Colorado.

Bleich, D. (1995). Collaboration and the pedagogy of disclosure. College English, 57(1), 43–61.

Blumer, H. (1986). Symbolic interactionism: Perspective and method. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Bormann, E. (1972). Fantasy and rhetorical vision: The rhetorical criticism of social reality. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 58, 396–407.

Boyle, C. (2018). Rhetoric as a posthuman practice. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University Press.

Bruffee, K.A. (1984). Collaborative learning and the conversation of mankind. College English, 46(7), 635–652.

Bruffee, K.A. (1998). Collaborative learning: Higher education, interdependence, and the authority of knowledge. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Burnett, R.E., Cooper, A., & Welhausen, C.A. (2013). What do technical communicators need to know about collaboration? In J. Johnson-Eilola & S.A. Selber (Eds.), Solving problems in technical communication (pp. 454-478 ). University of Chicago Press.

Burnett, R.E. & Ewald, H.R. (1994). Rabbit trails, ephemera, and other stories: Feminist methodology and collaborative research. JAC: Journal of Advanced Composition, 14(1), 21–51.

Burnett, R.E., White, C.I., & Duin, A.H. (1997). Locating collaboration: Reflections, features, and influences. In K. Staples & C. Ornatowski (Eds.), Foundations for teaching technical communication: Theory, practice, and program design (ATTW contemporary studies in technical communication; v.1, pp.133–160). Greenwich, CT: Ablex Publishing.

Cardon, P.W. (2016). Community, culture, and affordances in social collaboration and communication. International Journal of Business Communication, 53(2), 141–147.

Cella, L. & Restaino, J. (2014). Lean on: Collaboration and struggle in writing and editing. Literacy in Composition Studies, 2(2), 66–76.

Chism, N. (2006). Challenging traditional assumptions and rethinking learning spaces. In D.G. Oblinger (Ed.), Learning spaces (pp. 2.1–2.12). Boulder, CO: Educause.

Collaboration software. (2019). Capterra,

Cooke, N. & Hilton, M. (Eds.) (2015). Enhancing the effectiveness of team science. National Research Council. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.

Crisp, C.B., & Jarvenpaa, S.L. (2013). Swift trust in global virtual teams: Trusting beliefs and normative actions. Journal of Personnel Psychology, 12(1), 45-56.

Cronen, V. (2001). Practical theory, practical art, and the pragmatic-systemic account of inquiry. Communication Theory, 11, 14–35.

Cross, G.A. (2001). Forming the collective mind: A contextual exploration of large-scale collaborative writing in industry. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

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Duffy, W. (2014). Collaboration (in) theory: Reworking the social turn’s conversational imperative. College English, 76(5), 416–435.

Duin, A.H., Palumbo, G., Arno, E., Goetz, G., Maylath, B., Mousten, B., Vandepitte, S. (2018). The trans-Atlantic and Pacific project (TAPP) model. Instructions for designing, deploying, and studying internationally networked collaboration.

Duin, A.H., Moses, J., McGrath, M., Tham, J., & Ernst, N. (2017). Design thinking methodology: A case study of “radical collaboration” in the Wearables Research Collaboratory. Connexions: International Professional Communication Journal, 5(1), 45–74.

Duin, A.H., & Tham, J. (2018). Cultivating code literacy: A case study of course redesign through advisory board engagement. Communication Design Quarterly, 6(3), 44–58.

Ede, L. & Lunsford, A.A. (1984). Audience addressed/audience invoked: The role of audience in composition theory and pedagogy. College Composition and Communication, 35(2), 155–171.

Ede, L. & Lunsford, A.A. (1985). Let them write––together. English Quarterly, 18, 119–127.

Ede, L. & Lunsford, A.A. (1990). Singular texts/plural authors. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press.

Ede, L. & Lunsford, A.A. (2001). Collaboration and concepts of authorship. PMLA, 116(2), 354–369.

Ede, L. & Lunsford, A.A. (2009). Among the audience: On audience in an age of new literacies. In M.E. Weiser, B.M. Fehler, and A.M. Gonzalez (Eds.), Engaging audience: Writing in an age of new literacies (pp. 42–72). Urbana, IL: NCTE.

Fluckinger, D. (2019). AI in enterprise collaboration platforms: A comparison.

Frank, D.A., & Bolduc, M. (2010). Lucie Olbrechts-Tyteca’s New Rhetoric, Quarterly Journal of Speech, 96(2), 141–163.

Fredlund, K. (2016). Feminist CHAT: Collaboration, nineteenth-century women’s clubs, and activity theory. College English, 78(5), 470–495).

Giddens, A. (1984). The constitution of society: Outline of the theory of structuration. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Gierdowski, D. & Reis, D. (2015). The MobileMaker: An experiment with a mobile makerspace. Library Hi Tech, 33(4), 480–496.

Goel, A.K., & Polepeddi, L. (2016). Jill Watson: A virtual teaching assistant for online education. Design & Intelligence Laboratory, School of Interactive Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology.

Gouran, D. (1988). Group decision making: An integrative research. In C. Tardy (Ed.), A handbook for the study of human communication (pp. 247–267). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Gouran, D. (2003). Reflections on the type of question as a determinant of the form of interaction in decision-making and problem-solving discussions. Communication Quarterly, 53, 111–125.

Gurak, L. & Duin, A.H. (2004). The impact of the Internet and digital technologies on teaching and research in technical communication. Technical Communication Quarterly, 13(2), 187–198.

Hackos, J. (2015). Changing times––Changing skills. Communication Design Quarterly, 3(2), 7-12.

Hall, K., Vogel, A.L., Huang, G.C., Serrano, K.J., Rice, E.L., Tsakraklides, S.P., & Fiore, S.M.  (2018). The science of team science: A review of the empirical evidence and research gaps on collaboration in science. American Psychologist, 73(4), 532-548.

Hart, H. & Conklin, J. (2006). Toward a meaningful model for technical communication. Technical Communication, 53(4), 395–415.

Henschel, S. & Meloncon, L. (2014). Of horsemen and layered literacies: Assessment instruments for aligning technical and professional communication undergraduate curricula with professional expectations. Programmatic Perspectives, 6(1), 3–26.

Hinrichs, M. M., Seager, T.P.,  Tracy, S.J., & Hannah, M.A. (2017). Innovation in the knowledge age: Implications for collaborative science. Environment Systems and Decisions 37(2), 144–55.

Hirokawa, R. (1994). Functional approaches to the study of group decision. Small Group Research, 25(4), 542–550.

Iliadis, A. & Pedersen, I. (2018). The fabric of digital life: Uncovering sociotechnical tradeoffs in embodied computing through metadata. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society. 16(3), 1-19.

Isenberg, P, Elmqvist, N., Scholtz, J., Cernea, D., Ma, K-L, & Hagen, H. (2011). Collaborative visualizatino: Definition, challenges, and research agenda. Information Visualization, 10(4), 310-326.

Jones, S.L. (2007). How we collaborate: Reported frequency of technical communicators’ collaborative writing activities. Technical Communication, 54(3), 283–294.

Karach, A. & Roach, D. (1992). Collaborative writing, consciousness raising, and practical feminist ethics. Women’s Studies International Forum, 15(2), 303–308.

Katz, S. (1992). The ethic of expediency: Classical rhetoric, technology, and the Holocaust. College English, 54(3), 255–275.

Kent, T. (1993). Paralogic rhetoric : A theory of communicative interaction. Cranbury, N.J.: Bucknell University Press.

Lave, J. (1991). Situated learning in communities of practice. In L. Resnick, J.M. Levine, and S.D. Teasley (Eds.), Perspectives on socially shared cognition (pp. 63–82). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Lave, J. & Wenger, E. (1991). Situated learning: Legitimate peripheral participation. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Lay, M.M. (1989). Interpersonal conflict in collaborative writing: What we can learn from gender studies. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 3(2), 5–28.

Lay, M.M. & Karis, W.M. (Eds.) (1991). Collaborative writing in industry: Investigations in theory and practice. Amityville, NY: Baywood.

Levy, P. (2000). Collective intelligence: Mankind’s emerging world of cyberspace. New York, NY: Perseus Book Group.

Li, Y., Rau, P.P., Li, H., & Maedche, A. (2017). Effects of a dyad’s cultural intelligence on global virtual collaboration. IEEE Transactions in Professional Communication, 60(1), 56-75.

Lunsford, A.A. & Ede, L. (1990). Rhetoric in a new key: Women and collaboration. Rhetoric Review, 8(2), 234–41.

Lunsford, A.A. & Ede, L. (2011). Writing together: Collaboration in theory and practice: A critical sourcebook. New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s.

Maylath, B. (2019). The trans-Atlantic & Pacific project.

McComiskey, B. (2015). Dialectical Rhetoric. Boulder: University Press of Colorado.

McCue, R. (2015). Research & collaboration tools for students, staff & faculty: Creating a modern memex. University of Victoria Libraries.

McKee, H. & Porter, J. (2017). Professional communication and network interaction: A rhetorical and ethical approach. New York, NY: Routledge.

Meloncon, L., & Henschell, S. (2013). Current state of U.S. undergraduate degree programs in technical and professional communication. Technical Communication, 60 (1), 45-64.

Mead, G.H. (1934). Mind, self, and society. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Mendenhall, A. (2013). The historical problem of vertical coherence: Writing, research, and legitimacy in early 20th century rhetoric and composition. Composition Studies, 41(1), 84–100.

Mills, J., Bonner, A., & Francis, K. (2006). The development of constructivist grounded theory. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 5(1), 25–35.

Monk, J., Manning, P., & Denman, C. (2003). Working together: Feminist perspectives on collaborative resaerch and action. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies, 2(1), 91–106. Retrieved from

Morgan, M. (1994). Women as emergent leaders in student collaborative writing groups. JAC: Journal of Advanced Composition, 14(1), 203–219.

Moses, J. (2015). Agile writing: A project management approach to learning. International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development, 7(2), 1–13.

Moses, J. & Tham, J. (2017, March). Agile writing: Design thinking approaches to writing instruction. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), Portland, OR.

Moses, J. & Tham, J. (2019). Four ideas for creating a collaborative writing environment that works. Medium. Retrieved from

Nystrand, M., Greene, S., & Wiemelt, J. (1993). Where did composition studies come from?: An intellectual history. Written Communication, 10, 267–333.

Palumbo, G., & Duin, A.H. (2018). Making sense of virtual collaboration through personal learning networks. In B. Mousten, S. Vandepitte, E. Arno, & B. Maylath (Eds.), Multilingual writing and pedagogical cooperation in virtual learning environments (pp.109-136). IGI Global.

Paretti, M.C., McNair, L.D., & Holloway-Attaway, L. (2007). Teaching technical communication in an era of distributed work: A case study of collaboration between U.S. and Swedish students. Technical Communication Quarterly, 16(3), 327–352.

Pearce, B. (2004). The coordinated management of meaning. In W.B. Gudykunst (Ed.), Theorizing about intercultural communication (pp. 35–54). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Pearce, B. (2008). Making social worlds: A communication perspective. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Perelman, C. & Olbrechts-Tyteca, L. (1958/1969). The new rhetoric: A treatise on argumentation. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.

Poole, M.S. (1997). The small group should be the fundamental unit of communication research. In J. Trent (Ed.), Communication: Views from the helm for the 21st century (pp. 94–97). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Poole, M.S. (2003). Group communication and the structuring process. In R. Cathcart, L. Samovar, and L. Henman (Eds.), Small group communication, 7th ed. (pp. 48–56). Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury Publishing Co.

Poole, M.S. & Doelger, J. (1986). Developmental processes in group decision-making. In R.Y. Hirokawa and M.S. Poole (Eds.), Communication and group decision-making (pp. 35–62). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

Pope-Ruark, R. (2012). We Scrum every day: Using scrum project management framework for group project. College Teaching, 60(4), 164–169.

Pope-Ruark, R. (2015). Introducing Agile project management strategies in technical and professional communication courses. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 29(1), 112–133.

Pope-Ruark, R., Moses, J., Conner, T., & Tham, J. (2017). Special issue of JBTC, July 2019. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 31(4), 520–522.

Porter, J. (2009). Recovering delivery for digital rhetoric. Computers & Composition 26, 207–224.

Qualley, D. & Chiseri-Strater, E. (1994). Collaboration as reflexive dialogue: A knowing “deeper than reason.” JAC: Journal of Advanced Composition, 14(1), 111–130.

Rainey, K., Turner, R., & Dayton, D. (2005). Do curricula correspond to managerial expectations? Core competencies for technical communicators. Technical Communication, 52(3), 323–353.

The rise of the social enterprise. (2018). Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends.

Rice, R., & St. Amant, K. (Eds.). (2018). Thinking globally, composing locally: Rethinking online writing in the age of the global internet. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, University Press of Colorado.

Russi, D., & Schneider, R. (2016). A guide to translation project management. The COMET® Program with support from NOAA’s National Weather Service International Activities Office and the Meteorological Service of Canada.

Spinuzzi, C. (2007). Technical communication in the age of distributed work. Special issue. Technical Communication Quarterly, 16(3), 265–277.

St. Pierre, E.A. (2014). An always already absent collaboration. Cultural Studies <> Critical Methodologies, 14(4), 374–379.

Stokols, D. (2013). Methods and tools for strategic team science; Presented at the Planning Meeting on Interdisciplinary Science Teams; January 11; Washington, DC. 2013. [May 2014]. http://tvworldwide​.com​/events/nas/130111/

Sullivan, P. (1994). Revising the myth of the independent scholar. In S.B. Reagan, T. Fox, and D. Bleich (Eds.), Writing with: New directions in collaborative teaching, learning, and research (pp. 11–30). New York, NY: SUNY Press.

Tannenbaum, S.I., Mathieu, J.E., Salas, E., & Cohen, D. (2012). Teams are changing: Are research and practice evolving fast enough? Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 5(1), 2-24.

Team science toolkit. (2019). National Cancer Institute.

Tham, J. (Ed.) (2017). The rhetoric and technology of collaboration: How digital technologies transform our collaborative work and pedagogy. Digital Rhetoric Collaborative. Retrieved from

Tham, J. (2019). Multimodality, makerspaces, and the making of a maker pedagogy. (Doctoral dissertation). University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. USA.

Tham, J. (2017). The rhetoric and technology of collaboration: How digital technologies transform our collaborative work and pedagogy. Digital Rhetoric Collaborative,

Tham, J. & Moses, J. (2019). How we use design thinking to support collaborative writing. Medium. Retrieved from

Tham, J. (Curator) with 24 students. (2019). Emerging technologies for technical communication. Fabric of Digital Life

Thompson, I. (2001). Collaboration in technical communication: A qualitative content analysis of journal articles, 1990-1999. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 44(3), 161–173.

Thralls, C. (1992). Bakhtin, collaborative partners, and published discourse: A collaborative view of composing. In J. Forman (Ed.), New visions of collaborative writing (pp. 63–82). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

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Tuckman, B.W. (1965). Developmental sequence in small groups. Psychological Bulletin, 65(6), 384–399.

Tuckman, B.W. & Jensen, M.A.C. (1977). Stages of small-group development revisited. Group and Organization Studies, 2(4), 419–427.

Vie, S. (2017). Training online technical communication educators to teach with social media: Best practices and professional recommendations. Technical Communication Quarterly, 26(3), 344–359.

Wan, T. (2018). GitHub’s new education bundle equips students with industry-standard coding tools. GitHub Education,

Watzlawick, P. (1978). The language of change. New York, NY: W.W. Norton.

Wenger, E. (1998). Communities of practice: Learning, meaning and identity. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

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Wilson, H.J., & Daugherty, P.R. (2019). Collaborative intelligence: Humans and AI are joining forces. Harvard Business Review, 96(4), 114-123.

Winsor, D.A. (2003). Writing power: Communication in an engineering center. SUNY series, Studies in scientific and technical communication. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

Wolfe, J. (2010). Team writing: A guide to working in groups. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s.Yancey, K.B. & Spooner, M. (1998). A single good mind: Collaboration, cooperation, and the writing self. College Composition and Communication, 49(1), 45–62.

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