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Conflict Management in Higher Ed Report
Volume 6, Number 1, Nov 2005

Working Collaboratively
- a learning object for students

The programs of study at the University of South Australia are now required to teach and assess the capacity of students to work collaboratively, to communicate effectively and to problem solve.

An interactive web site entitled Working Collaboratively has been developed to provide teaching and learning support to students developing skills in working collaboratively. It uses a "wheel" metaphor to explain what is involved in successful group work.

Content areas covered include:

Non-students can explore most of the resources, but won't be able to take the quizes or do other tasks that require the submission of forms. This learning module was written and prepared by Wendy Piltz and Diana Quinn and funded by an Innovative Teaching and Learning Grant from the Division of Health Sciences at the University of South Australia.

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