fristly, #deepcollaboration isn’t about facilitating a stand-alone workshop. further, it’s not about jointly working on a text or presentation document. in fact, it’s about a process combining focused (individual) work with knowledge exchange, discussion and analysis in a team. in detail, it’s about a systematic use of divergent and convergent phases in driving a project forward. it’s about respecting scientific knowledge. for instance, cognition theory tells us that consolidation of information and knowledge often happens over night. consequently, we avoid having overburdened workshops. in a nutshell, #deepcollaboration is all about optimizing the way teams produce results!
we have decided that the public beta is going to be free of charge. until the major covid-19 related restrictions will be lifted, it is going to remain free of charge. given that, we want to return something to society. all not-for-profit organizations, including universities, will benefit from lifetime free access to: