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KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)
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KCB202 Week 2 Lecture: Collaboration, for Free (Christy Collis)

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Christy Collis's guest lecture in KCB202 New Media Technologies at Queensland University of Technology.

Christy Collis's guest lecture in KCB202 New Media Technologies at Queensland University of Technology.

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  • 1. Collaboration, for free KCB202, semester two 2008 Christy Collis
  • 2. You will collaborate
    • Uni collaborative projects
    • - Brisbane Media Map
    • Project-based work (movie, ad campaign, event)
    • Locally and internationally
    • Within organisations and between organisations
    • With one other person, with one hundred other people
  • 3. The Brisbane Media Map
    • The mission: update, redesign, refine, expand, develop the BMM every year, in 13 weeks
    • The project team: about 50 M&C students
    • Clients: 590 in 2007
    • Number of internal teams: about 60
    • Each student is in about 5 teams
    • Each student is the leader of 1 team
    • All work is student-driven: coordinator only sets the teams and some critical dates
  • 4. collaboration tools
    • For writing & editing
    • For organising
    • For planning
    • For researching
    • For keeping track
  • 5.
    • For writing and editing
  • 6. How would / do you:
    • Manage the team’s writing and editing of a single document? Of 20 documents?
  • 7.
    • Sample email:
    • “Hey guys, attached find the most recent version of our document, I made a few changes here and there. The file name is ‘DocumentMostRecentCCVersion15’. Make sure you use this document, not ‘DocumentMostRecentMFVersion15’.”
  • 8.  
  • 9.
    • Video
  • 10. create
    • upload docs (word, excel, ppt), or create new docs
    • edit docs
    • use templates
  • 11. share
    • invite people to view/edit your docs
    • teams can all work at the same time on one doc.
    • saves revisions history
  • 12. publish
    • publish as web page
    • control who can see each doc
    • view
  • 13.
    • For organising
  • 14. How would / do you:
    • Organise the meeting schedule for a team of which you are the leader?
    • Manage your own meetings schedule when you are on 5 different teams?
  • 15.
    • Sample email:
    • “OK, guys we need to shift our Monday meeting because Kate has an exam. I’m free Monday 9 til 10, 12 til 3, and maybe from 4-5. Mark, Kate, Lee, how about you?”
  • 16.  
  • 17.  
  • 18. google calendar
    • Create multiple calendars
    • Subscribe to additional calendars
    • Sms reminders
    • Email reminders
    • Outlook synch
  • 19.
    • For editing
  • 20. How would / do you:
    • Collaboratively edit a document?
  • 21. tracked changes
  • 22.
    • For keeping track
  • 23. How would / do you:
    • Keep track of what happens each time your team meets?
    • Make sure all of your team members are pulling their weight?
    • Catch up if you’ve missed a meeting?
    • Generate a project log?
  • 24.
    • Sample email:
    • “I missed the last meeting. Would you please email me to let me know what happened in the meeting? I have no idea what I’m supposed to be doing this week on this project. Did Kate finish editing her records?”
  • 25. minutes of meetings
    • Who will minute?
    • Where will minutes be stored (google docs)?
    • Use for:
    • Reviewing team progress
    • Managing workflow
    • Form of team contract
    • Beginning meetings
  • 26. Brisbane Media Map 2007 Team Meeting Minutes Team Name: ____________________________ Time of This Meeting : Date of This Meeting : Place of This Meeting : Tick if Tasks Allocated at Last Meeting Have Been Completed X if Team Member Present at This Meeting Name of Team Member In the box below, write the key decisions established in this meeting:
  • 27. Write in the Task Allocated to the Member to be Done by the Next Meeting Name of Team Member Time of Next Meeting : Date of Next Meeting : Place of Next Meeting :
  • 28.
    • For researching
  • 29. How would / do you:
    • Research one topic as a team?
    • Share your research with your team?
    • Avoid research duplication?
  • 30.
    • Sample email:
    • “Hey guys, let’s have a meeting to discuss all of the research we’ve been doing. I’ve found a bunch of good websites this week, hopefully all of you have as well. Maybe we could email each other the URLs for the good sites we’ve found”
  • 31.
    • Sharing bookmarks
    • Searching for others’ tagged bookmarks
    • Create a shared account OR share your bookmarks
    • link to your public bookmarks -- it's http://del.icio.us/ username
    • to show somebody only your bookmarks in a specific tag, give them a link to http://del.icio.us/ username / tag
    • create or join a network
  • 32.
    • del.icio.us
    • social bookmarking
  • 33.
    • For planning
  • 34. How would / do you:
    • Map out the timeline for a major group project?
    • Map out your team’s key dates and workflow key points in relation to the overall project?
    • Map out your own key dates and workflow key points in relation to the team’s tasks?
  • 35.
    • Sample discussion:
    • OK, so we’ve got to update the whole category of Print Media. John, you’re in charge of spell checking, Kate is doing research, Lee is doing the updates.
    • So should we all just get going now?
    • When do we have to finish this, and why?
  • 36. gantt chart
  • 37. collaboration tools
    • For writing & editing
    • -Google docs, Word tracked changes
    • For organising
    • - Google calendar
    • For planning
    • - Gantt chart
    • For researching
    • - del.icio.us
    • For keeping track
    • - minutes

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