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Collaboration in e-learning with a team divided across three continents

Of the six or seven in the group only four have made their presence known, while three have done all the reading which is meant to be shared across the group. People seem to think it is  easier to get on with the task alone, rather than expect others (strangers) to do their bit.

Whether and when we should populate our Wiki wasn’t decided, or was … and then someone started posting anyway. I then added something and so did another.

Sharing notes with anyone fails, either they are too busy or not reading their emails. In any case, they should be making their own.

A few hours in the dead of night were spent refreshing our Group Wiki to cut out duplications and to create some order in the information.

It matters that you don’t feel coy; whatever you do can be undone and is visible in any case. I liken this to building a snowman,though instead of a family and neighbours in the park together, we are inclined to do a bit more in passing.

I then posted data from two further reports, BECTA and the JISC reports.

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