The concept of collaborative scholarship has generated tremendous excitement among digital humanists. Much of the discussion has been restricted to the transformative impact of social media on the process and output of academic research. This session will extend the dialogue by exploring possibilities for collaboration among academic scholars, students, and communities. What models exist for constructive collaboration of this type? What might such scholarship look like? What are the technological, logistical, and institutional obstacles? How might they be overcome? What are the implications for the traditional compartmentalization of academic life into the categories of research, teaching, and service?