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A Guide to Working in GroupsFirst Edition| ©2010 Joanna Wolfe
Watch collaboration in action
Built around real group interactions, Team Writing is a flexible, hybrid resource that pairs videos with a brief print book. Based on research revealing major problems at all stages of peer group work, the book shows how written communication can help technical writing students contribute to team projects in a meaningful way — and provides strategies for dealing with the breakdowns that can derail a project’s success. Numerous examples highlight the kind of written communication that helps teams thrive. Short, Web-based videos depict student teams in action, going beyond the textbook to show what real collaboration looks and sounds like.
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"Team Writing is refreshingly pragmatic in its delivery of basic organizing strategies for collaborative work in technical, professional, and workplace communications…. This is an accessible guide with practical insights for any project where students are asked to work collaboratively."— Derek Mueller, Eastern Michigan University"This text combines a solid theoretical discussion of effective management and interpersonal interaction with dynamic, accessible video supplements."— Paul Pedroza, University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign
First Edition| ©2010
Read online (or offline) with all the highlighting and notetaking tools you need to be successful in this course.
First Edition| 2010
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Joanna Wolfe (Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin) is Director of the Global Communication Center at Carnegie Mellon University, where she develops new methods for improving communication instruction across the university. She is the author of numerous scholarly articles on teamwork, gender studies, collaborative learning technology , technical writing, and rhetoric Her research on collaborative writing in technical communication classes won the 2006 NCTE award for best article reporting qualitative or quantitative research in technical and scientific communication.
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