March 23, 2015
Students are typically asked to participate in group projects to explore unique viewpoints and strategies as they complete their coursework. This is, of course, in addition to the practice in fine-tuning their social skills. In the past decade, the increased usage of smart Internet-connected mobile devices led to the increased popularity of virtual groups. It quickly became a hit amongst students in traditional classroom settings, and those taking online courses as well.
The following infographic covers many aspects of virtual team collaboration that most initially find challenging, such as communication, prioritization, and roadblocks. With proper implementation of the suggestions provided, students will find that the perks to working in virtual groups have a way of making student life that much easier!