Interviewing an expert on your topic is a great way to get information to answer your question. Being a good interviewer takes practice and the right questions. Consider using these from the Great Questions List to get started.
Struggling to communicate and collaborate with your classmates in a virtual classroom? Take a look at these tips and take your online communication and collaboration skills to the next level!
Decide with your team before you start who will do what and when it will be done. Use this Microsoft Office Template to fill in task priorities.
Working with a team requires agreeing to talk about how members will communicate and participate before the project starts. Click on Open to download the document to your computer. Or visit Carnegie Mellon Univerisity: Sample Group Project Tools to browse the collection of templates.
Now that you have found the information to solve your problem or support your ideas, you can use this document to help organize it. Find out the best pattern to use and then fill in the chart to help you prepare to create your final project! Select Open to view the Google Doc. Log in to your Google account. From File, select Make a Copy and save a copy of this document to your Google Drive. Or, select File, choose Download and select Microsoft Word to get an editable version of this document.
Transfer your notes into a visual format to organize your learning and prepare for your final project. Watch this video to learn the basics of sketchnoting.