Answered By: Theresa Bell (she/her/hers) Last Updated: Jan 18, 2024 Views: 35
Writing as a team, or collaborative writing, requires coordination between members to ensure that everyone is on track and aware what responsibilities fall to which person. Please see below for more information and links to resources.
At RRU, teams succeed and face challenges together, which means that if a team member fails to act in accordance with the Policy on Academic Integrity and Misconduct for RRU Students, the consequences may apply to all members of their team. Please refer to the policy and Plagiarism for more information.
Collaborative writing tools
(University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
The Right Tool for the Job: Five Collaborative Writing Tools for Academics
(C. Schöch, The London School of Economics and Political Science)
The Best Online Writing Apps for Collaboration
(M. Pinola, Zapier.com)
Team writing process