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How to Effectively Manage Online Collaborative Projects

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Overview

Many educators are using social networks and Web tools to connect their classes globally, organize online courses, and host free professional development events. When we collaborate successfully and emulate effective teamwork with these tools, we accomplish and often surpass our goals. However, online collaboration has its potential hiccups, such as dealing with various time zones, decision-making, problem solving, and intercultural communication. Join Shelly Terrell as she discusses these possible hiccups and explains how to avoid making mistakes so that you can learn to work together to build a vision. She will also cover free Web platforms that support effective collaboration and teamwork on online projects.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, May 9, 2017 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Tools for Student Projects, Virtual Learning
Tags: collaboration, Communication and Collaboration, global collaboration, managing projects, online projects, Tools for Student Projects, Virtual Learning

Reviews (26)

Full Member
 
great information lots of ways to streamline the process.
Full Member
 
Good information for computer users.
Full Member
 
Very informative, it's always hard to choose from all the available platforms.
Basic Member
 
Great ideas!
Basic Member
 
Great tools, some of which I use already. Was hoping for more concrete ideas about how to approach different steps of collaborative projects. This was more of an overview of types of tools to use and considerations in selecting them.
Full Member
 
Great webinar with very useful resources.
Full Member
 
Excellent resources!
 
Great resources!
Full Member
 
Very helpful.
Full Member
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Thanks for all the great information. So excited to get some new ideas!
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