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Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
Info Lit Group Pages Guide
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Info Lit Group Pages Guide

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Student guide in how to use Blackboard Group Pages for efficient group collaboration.

Student guide in how to use Blackboard Group Pages for efficient group collaboration.

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    • 1. Group Pages How-to use Blackboard Group Pages to Manage Group Projects INFOLit @ HU | A Humber
    • 2. Overview
      • Location > Group Pages
      • Instructions
        • Group Discussion Board
        • Chat
        • File Exchange /Email
      • Suggestions for using Group Pages
    • 3. Location > Group Pages
      • Access course site: SP 2008 - Inter Approaches: Food
      • Click on Communication within the Course Menu, then
      • Go to Group Pages to access your group’s page
    • 4. Group Pages (listing of groups)
    • 5. Group Pages (main)
    • 6. Group Pages components
      • Group Discussion Board Use this function to post comments, receive feedback, brainstorm, share resources…
      • Collaboration
      • Unable to meet face to face, consider having a virtual meeting via Chat
      • File Exchange
      • Share and archive project documents
      • Send Email Use this function to send global emails to group members
    • 7. Group Discussion Board (GDB)
      • Forum
      • Forums contain threaded discussions about a particular topic
      • Thread
      • The initial post and the entire series of replies to a post within a forum
      • Post
      • An entry within a thread or initial entry to start a thread. Also used as a verb to refer to the act of submitting a post
      • Adapted from Blackboard Online Manual > About the Discussion Board
    • 8. Group Discussion Board (main) Current Discussion Forums Create a new Forum
    • 9. GDB > Add (New) Forum Enter Forum Name Forum Description goes here (1) Keep default settings and submit to complete Forum set-up
    • 10. GDB > Inside a Forum (a) Click on Thread to create a new discussion, or (b) Click on the title of a current topic and join discussion
    • 11. GDB > Inside a threaded discussion Collect To view all or selected posts in a thread, check boxes and click on Collect, or click on Next Post Check boxes Next Post
    • 12. GDB > responding to a post To respond to a post, click on Reply Reply to this post
    • 13. GDB > reply to post interface Submit Attach document
    • 14. Chat Join a current chat / have a spontaneous session You can schedule a Chat session by clicking on Collaboration Session, or
    • 15. Chat > Scheduling a Chat session Chat is the default selection Submit
    • 16. Chat session interface > Before you begin your chat session, test your computer to be sure your system can handle dynamic online networking tools, such as chat.
    • 17. File Exchange & Send Email
    • 18. Suggestions >How to use Group Pages
      • Group Discussion Board
        • manage / share resources found during the research process (doesn’t clog personal email account)
        • comment /share research activities (demonstrates group’s research process, progress and cognitive activities)
      • Collaboration > Chat
        • real-time virtual meeting
        • ideal for when all members cannot meet face-to-face for a meeting
      • File Exchange
        • manage / share documents, drafts, edits, etc.
        • (enumerate each version of a document; e.g. Introduction 1.0, 2.0, etc)
        • Archive project's timeline, individuals roles, meeting minutes, etc.
      • Email
        • Guarantees all members receive the messages / attached documents
        • Guarantees all members receive the messages regarding project’s progress, scheduling, etc.
    • 19. Questions? Problems? Comments? Other suggestions? [email_address]

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