Group/Teamwork: Proven Practice in Helping with Group/Team Assignments Online
Monday, February 13, 2017 from 11:30 AM to 12:15 PM (PST)
No one likes group/team assignments online. However, it is the reality of how we learn to work in teams in the business place as well as in classroom settings. It is a skill that students learn to develop over time. This seminar is an interactive discussion on group/teamwork in an online environment using Blackboard. Examples of proven practices that have help us facilitate a better experience for students and instructors.
In this webinar, participants will
- learn examples or proven practices to help facilitate group/teamwork assignments,
- understand tools used in Blackboard that work with team building, and
- participate in open discussion that works with other instructors.
Presenter: Linh Luong, Professor and Program Director for both the Bachelors and Masters in Project Management
Linh Luong is currently the Program Director for both the Bachelors of Science in Project Management and the Masters of Science in Project Management, a PMI Globally Accredited program, at City University of Seattle. Her background and career goes back 15+ years in IT project management with a specialization in software development and 7+ years in higher education. Linh has her Masters in both Information Systems and her MBA from the University of Texas in Dallas. She is also PMP certified, a CSM (Certified Scrum Master), served on the advisory board member and contributor for Global PMI’s Undergrad Advisory Committee as well as Puget Sound PMI Chapter. Her goal is to make sure that students are fully prepared to meet the market place demands with professional skills that will lead them to career success.
Register: Group/Teamwork: Proven Practice in Helping with Group/Team Assignments Online
Dates: Feb. 8th – 6:30pm & Feb. 13th – 11:30am
This interactive 45-minute webinar will be offered on different days and times. Please choose the date that you are available to attend this webinar. Once you register for the webinar, you will receive an email with instructions on how to login to the virtual room and prepare for the session.
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