Have you been asked to collaborate on a group assignment, conduct a peer review of someone else's work, or engage in a discussion forum?
We know that learning is deeper and more meaningful when it happens collaboratively, but when is collaboration considered an act of collusion? Many of your university assignments will involve group work, but what ethical dilemmas might you face when working together with others on the same project? If you have concerns about what constitutes appropriate and inappropriate collaboration, watch the video, Nobody likes a Copycat.
Learn to Collaborate like a Pro!
Technologies that enhance your ability to collaborate, share and construct knowledge with others in your learning network
Strategies that extend your choice and control when collaborating with others in online learning networks
Strategies that help you collaborate with integrity, and build equitable and inclusive learning environments and networks
Campus-Supported Collaborative Tools
Use Zoom to schedule andhost meetings online. Use the free version or opt-in for the full version here (NSID required).