# LaTeX code for Collaboration In the Humanities

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Collaboration is important to most digital humanities projects because they tend to call for different skills. Some key things to consider:
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\item  Be clear about credit at the beginning. Collaborators can (justifiably) feel hurt if they are not recognized in the credits of a project or in papers that come out projects. A good way to avoid problems is to develop a protocol early on as to how credit will be allocated in different situations.
\item  Be as clear as possible about the responsibilities and tasks for collaborators at the beginning. A good way to do this is to develop a charter together.

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\item \href{http://philosophi.ca/pmwiki.php/Main/QuickGuideToWorkingInTeams}{Quick Guide to Working in Teams} is a short guide to group work and surviving it for students
\item \href{http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/idx/e/etlc/9362034.0001.001/1:4?g=dculture;rgn=div1;view=fulltext;xc=1#4.1}{Collaborative Work and the Conditions for American Literary Scholarship in a Digital Age} by Kenneth M. Price is a nice overview of the types of collaboration.
\item \href{http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/idx/e/etlc/9362034.0001.001/1:4?g=dculture;rgn=div1;view=fulltext;xc=1#4.2}{Challenging Gaps: Redesigning Collaboration in the Digital Humanities} by Amy E. Earhart is an essay that looks at the challenges to interdisciplinary collaboration.
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