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This site is a public repository for "Collaboration in a Bag" materials created or co-created by Eric Vance, Director of LISA (Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Statistical Analysis) at the University of Colorado Boulder. The co-creator for much of this work is Heather Smith from Cal Poly. Most recent additions: 2022-02-11: "Effective Collaboration" handout from 2015 ASA Conference on Statistical Practice 2022-02-01: "CSP 2022 Collaboration Short Course Handout" 2021-10-08: "Asking Great Questions.JSM.Proceedings.Vance and Smith.2021.pdf". New paper submitted to the Joint Statistical Meetings Proceedings. We will soon turn this into a paper for a journal. 2021-09-17: "Instructions on submitting LISA 2020 Full Lab Proposal.pdf" for potential members of the LISA 2020 Network. 2021-08-31: "StatLab.Taxonomy.CSP.Poster_2017-02-25.pdf" Poster presentation about 107 N. American stat labs at the 2017 ASA Conference on Statistical Practice. 2021-08-09: "Asking Great Questions_JSM2021.pdf" Presentation at JSM 2021 (online). YouTube video coming soon. 2021-08-09: "SBSS.Roundtable.JSM2021.Effective.Collaborations.pdf" Roundtable discussion presentation on "How to Build and Sustain Effective Collaborations." 2021-08-09: "Collaborations Roundtable Handout.JSM2021.pdf" a one-page handout for a JSM 2021 Roundtable discussion on "How to Build and Sustain Effective Collaborations." 2020-10-31: Updated "Guidance for Remote Collaborations," a one-page document that can help facilitate collaboration meetings when they are conducted remotely. 2020-09-26: "Vance Smith CSP 2020 Attitude Presentation_2020-02-22.pdf" slides of a talk by Eric Vance and Heather Smith at the 2020 Conference on Statistical Practice in Sacramento, CA. 2020-07-30: "Goals for Statistics and Data Science Collaborations" slides of an contributed talk presented by Eric Vance at the Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) 2020 Online. 2020-07-30: "Teaching Data Science with Team-Based Learning" slides of an invited poster presented by Eric Vance at JSM 2020 Online. 2020-06-11: "Creating and Sustaining Effective Research Collaborations" slides of a webinar presented by Eric Vance for the African Academy of Sciences (AAS). 2020-03-17: "Guidance for Remote Collaborations" is a one-page document that can help facilitate collaboration meetings when they are conducted remotely. 2020-03-17: Our recent talk on "Creating and Sustaining Productive Relationships" in Statistical Collaborations at the ASA Conference on Statistical Practice has been posted. It's titled "Smith Vance CSP Relationship..." 2020-03-17: "The ASCCR Frame for Learning Essential Collaboration Skills" has been published in the Journal of Statistics Education (open access): https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10691898.2019.1687370 2019-10-09: "The ASCCR Frame for Learning Essential Collaboration Skills" is a pre-print of our theory of interdisciplinary collaboration available on arXiv: https://arxiv.org/abs/1811.03578 2019-08-30: Content of Collaborations QQQ.pdf is a three-page document that given an overview of the QQQ Process (the Contect aspect of ASCCR) and details about Q1. 2019-08-30: LISA Collaborative Attitude.pdf is a two-page document that introduces the Attitude aspect of the ASCCR Frame. 2018-08-01: Webinar on the ASCCR Frame for Collaboration is available at http://community.amstat.org/cas/new-item/new-item10 (The intro starts just after 3 minutes of music.) Webinar on "Asking Great Questions" is available at http://community.amstat.org/cas/new-item/new-item7 Webinar on "Structuring Effective Meetings" is available at http://community.amstat.org/cas/new-item/new-item 2018-07-31: Talk by Dr. Vance at JSM in Vancouver (2018) on "Collaboration Skills Statisticians Can Leverage to Thrive in the Era of Data Science".