Here is our final video for the globalization timeline!

It’s a little long, but it is what it is! We have quite a few points.

Here’s the links to the timeline and the descriptions:

Timeline Descriptions

2018-2058 Timeline

December 4, 2018 | Uncategorized  |  1 Comment

https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1p08vjPCutEgORX1pWVUU9xC3GMw3SZUujSh8oWqw8sY/edit?usp=sharing

Timeline descriptions

  1. Global Stock Market created – Global expansion of stock market. The include The United States, China, Japan, India, Brazil, Russia and the EU will be major economic players
  2. Global Stock Market Crash – World Wide crash of stock market
  3. Global Water Shortage – Many regions in the world will run out of water forcing people to mass migrations.
  4. Social media platforms are bigger than ever before – the world becomes more interconnected via social media, and rising tensions between countries and cultures are exacerbated by social media platforms.
  5. The United States withdraws from all international trade relations – Retreat from the U.S. from multilateral negotiations on trade, migration and climate change and several other issues. This is allowing for different countries to claim greater international leadership, such as China and the EU
  6. Peak of global weather disasters – Natural disasters such as Earthquakes, tsunamis, floods will be a daily bread due to the climate change
  7. Largest refugee event in history – due to water shortages, climate change, global weather disasters, and global conflicts, more and more people are forced out of their homes
  8. The US reaches minority-majority status – recent demographic trends in the US have indicated that immigration and interracial marriage are creating a population of minority-majority in the US, further increases cultural tensions
  9. Breakthrough in recycling and disposing
  10. Global Economic depression – Largest Great Depression in the world.
  11. Global temperature has increased by 10℉ – Temperature will rise by at least 10F degrees causing disastrous effects such as complete melting of glaciers, where biodiversity will disappear, or extreme droughts in vulnerable areas of Africa from which people will be migrating in search for water sources.
  12. Peak of income inequality – global economic depression further divides socioeconomic classes, fracturing the unity of society culturally and economically
  13. 10 inch rise is sea levels – Sea levels will rise drastically (at least 10 inches) which will contribute to further erosion of coasts, floods, and disappearing biodiversity
  14. Global pandemic – New global pandemic of a previously unknown virus due to the extremely concentrated livestock caused by increasing population
  15. Robots become the primary workforce, for the todays most common works
  16. World War 3 Scare – Due to the shift in international leadership, the less strong leaders are tensed and want to become strong international leaders. Tension rises among countries
  17. Largest nationalist rally in history – Due to the preceded events worldwide (violence, economical problems and environmental problems) people become more nationalistic. They want to …
  18. Worst hate crime in history –
  19. Self driving cars reach global market (2030)
  20. Oil and natural gas trade ceases – Decrease is trade due to the lack of oil and other non-reusable forms of energy.
  21. ½ of the Amazon forest is gone – Extreme overpopulation of up to 9 billion people will cause depletion of resources, deforestation, massive urbanization, more concentrated livestock, higher air pollution
  22. Exposure to pollution becomes leading cause of death – Extreme air pollution causing diseases and deaths
  23. Last remaining shopping mall closes – due to the expansion of technology, people seldom go shopping, prefering to do it online
  24. Declaration of cyber warfare – Tension has risen between the countries due to tradewars, the lack of oil, etc. The various events led to the beginning of the cyber warfare: the new way of warfare. These wars will be fought with robots and through hacking governmental systems.
  25. Largest rally history in support of the expansion of human rights and the end of prejudice – the world hits a turning point culturally, people begin to strive for unity and tolerance: political figures are reactive to public sentiment
  26. Genetic modification becomes a part of human rights – New international laws about human gene modification
  27. Declaration of universal human rights expanded – more protections and standards are added to the ever-growing list of human rights
  28. More and more countries reevaluate their own economical status.
  29. Vaccine created for global pandemic – New vaccines eradicating viral pandemics
  30. End of global economic depression – Economic world slowly pulls itself out of Depression due to the increase of international trade
  31. International trade stagnates – Major economical countries promote national trade over international trade.
  32. Genetic editing of embryos becomes commonplace – Due to new allowances and protections of genetic modification of humans, research allows for embryo editing possible
  33. Space colonies initiated –
  34. Renewable energy usage becomes more common than nonrenewable energy usage – Prevalence of renewable energy such as solar, wind, or the energy harvested from the currents of the ocean
  35. A majority of the planet becomes vegan/vegetarian – Plant based diet is commonly recommended to avoid viruses spread by industrialized livestock
  36. End of 6th mass extinction due to conservation efforts – global culture has moved towards conservation efforts, resulting in better preservation of the environment and other species
  37. Treaty ends global cyber warfare – The end of the cyberwarfare is near. The warring countries form new treaties
  38. Unjust incarcerations at an all time low – with the end of global cyber warfare, human rights begin to be restored and even expanded, as shown by a decline in incarcerations
  39. Cloning and DNA reconstruction legalized in the name of preservation – Preservation of biodiversity via technological advancement – cloning and DNA reconstruction
  40. Highest ever rates of interracial marriage – as prejudices decline, interracial marriage increases; as a result, culture begin to blend more, and the planet moves towards a common global culture and race
  41. Air restorative breakthrough –
  42. Alternative to the internet –
  43. The last gasoline car is decommissioned – Only electric vehicles
  44. Beatles music becomes public domain – many cultural items of today become public domain, symbolizing a change in culture

The pictures in Groningen and Arlington show that people migrate from one part of the world to another part of the world for various reasons. For instance, the African restaurant owner migrated from Algeria to the Netherlands, Groningen. I couldn’t find out what his reason for migrating was. People migrate all the time for different reasons such as fleeing for a war, being prosecuted for several reasons or migrating because of the economy. Without the connections of globalization through the whole world with vehicles (e.g. boats, planes) and the exchange of information, people wouldn’t be able to migrate from one part of the world to another.

 

I think the process of globalization and migration can be a very positive development. It depends how the receiving country welcomes them and for which reason(s) they decided to migrate. For instance, the boat refugees in the southern part of Europe is definitely not a good development, but you can’t blame the refugees. Those people are fleeing because their lives depend on them and nobody would leave their family behind for a weak reason. Globalization offers people a change to go to a place where they want to be in order to be free from prosecution or something else, everyone can start a new life.

 

The photo of the pull sign surprised me. Seeing your own language so far from the Netherlands in Arlington on a pull sign was something I definitely didn’t expect. It shows how connected we all are. When traveling it is mostly expected to talk English. That’s why I found it interesting to see a pull sign with various languages (e.g. Dutch).

 

I think I belong to the global village, because everyone is so interconnected and sometimes you can forget that there even are borders in the world. I’ve got a big international interest and enjoy traveling, that can make me forget about all of the borders. But I feel most at home in Groningen, I believe that is because it is a place where you’re familiar with and where my friends and family live (well almost next to Groningen :p).  

 

While Gaspar and I were taking photos of the Folkingestraat, we discussed which of the buildings or signs would be good for one of our three guiding questions for the street. Each one of the pictures connects either to the history of the street, international businesses or the use of clean energy. One of us would point out the picture and Gaspar would take the photo. We didn’t really discuss a particular building or sign, since we agreed quickly if a building or sign could be connected to one of our guiding questions.

 

Everyone in our group contributed with collecting the pictures and to put a caption under the picture.When I wasn’t sure what to add to a caption, the team would help me and if needed I tried to help the other members. So also for this project, I’m happy and satisfied with our teamwork.

 

The globalization timeline project definitely tested and improved my group’s international (and local) communication skills. Timezone has played a large factor in our interactions, slightly hindering our availability to skype and live chat with one another. Because Grace, Barbara, and I have to be available in the morning, and Caspar and Natasha have to be available in the afternoon, our opportunity for talking is limited. All five of us are also really busy with classes, work, and extracurricular activities. We are able to function well in spite of this, however, because of the GroupMe we have set up, allowing us to communicate (with a slight delay) between time zones. Several of us also have strong personalities and opinions, which does effect our ability to work together. If we all work a little more on listening and open-mindedness, we can function much better as a team and as peers.

I think that, overall, communication went very well during this assignment. However, I do think that we could have used the time we did have on Skype and live chats on GroupMe and Google Drive a little more efficiently. This slight change, I believe, would have improved the details on the assignment and changed the overall outcome for the better. This also connects to all us of striving to be a little better at listening and a little more open-minded. I might have looked to organize the workload distribution a little more efficiently, as ours didn’t work quite as well as we had hoped.

In the end, I enjoyed working on this project with Caspar, Natasha, Barbara, and Grace. There were some bumps, but I think we worked together well and I’m satisfied with the final product.

Globalization Timeline: Further Explanation

Definition:

Globalization is intertwined with the development of mankind, and is an ongoing, gradual process in which global exchange of technology, economics, cultures, and effects on the environment occurs, resulting in the world becoming smaller and more interconnected.

Pre awareness:

  • Pax Romana (17 B.C. – 180 A.D.): This 200-year period saw unprecedented peace and prosperity throughout the Roman Empire. During  this period a lot of inventions were done that we still use today.
  • Great empires (Roman, Chinese):
  • Cultural Mixing: Before global awareness, cultural diffusion was occuring via trade routes and archaic communications, including both Arlington and Groningen.
  • The Founding of Christianity (1st Century): Religious motives, particularly that of Christianity, have served as a driving force of globalization. In both the US and the Netherlands, Christianity is a predominant and important religion.
  • Islamic Golden Age (7th-13th Century): The development of unique cultures and new technologies is important as both a driving factor and a cause of globalization.
  • The Renaissance (1300-1600):  The development of unique cultures and new technologies is import
  • ant as both a driving factor and a cause of globalization. The Netherlands was a part of this Renaissance in the 16th century.

Why we chose the date that we did:

When Columbus sailed to America, the world truly became a “global” one. Prior to Columbus’ expedition, the was a large disconnect between the Americas and the rest of the world. In addition, this inspired the global imaginary because people began to exploit other peoples and places for their own benefit. It may have seemed like their actions were done in ignorance, but we believe that those actions were more out of indifference for the other peoples than ignorance. Global connection like this cannot be done without global awareness. Goods began to come from all over the planet into people’s homes, and exchanges such as these cannot be done without the presence of the global imaginary. Overall, the beginning of global awareness and networking began with Columbus’ expedition.

Humankind’s increasing awareness of globalization:

  • The Protestant Reformation (1517-1648): Religion plays a large part in driving globalization; protestants created new cultures, and often fled as refugees to different places all over the world.
  • Birth of the Westphalian System (1648): A series of treaties between the Westphalian cities of Osnabrück and Münster that ended the religious war, it is identified as the beginning of the modern international system.
  • Expansion of the Slave Trade (1650): Arlington located in VA (southern state) with plantations and large population of slaves.
  • (1692) VOC (Dutch United East Indies Company) one of the first global interaction of the Netherlands.
  • U.S. and French revolutions (1776/89):
  • The abolition of slavery (1833):
  • Creation of global Red Cross (1863): The red cross provides care through the humanitarian law and the statutes of the international movement, even to this day they provide the humanitarian care.  
  • First Modern Olympic Games (1896): The Olympics have served as both a unifying and competitive force in the past, bringing people of the world together in competition. Both the US and the Netherlands participate in olympic competition.
  • WW1 (1914-1918): This war was the first of it’s kind, being as international as it was. The Netherlands took a position of armed neutrality, but the war did take its toll on the country. The US played an active role in the war, and was both negatively and positively impacted by the war.
  • League of Nations (1919): The League of Nations was an international organization, headquartered in Switzerland, created after the First World War to provide a forum for resolving international disputes. The League lasted for 26 years and has been replaced by the United Nations.
  • Development of the TV (1927): This is both technological and cultural, because the television has become such an integral aspect of modern life, and greatly accelerates cultural globalization.
  • (1929) The Great Depression, had a global effect because many counties were dependant on each other, globalization.
  • Invention of the Computer (1942): This is both technological and cultural, as the computer has become an integral part of everyday life; most schoolwork is done on computers, people communicate via computers, and so much more. Additionally, this class, and the connection between Arlington and Groningen, wouldn’t be possible without computers.
  • WW2 (1940-1945): Due to the second World War , the United Nations has been born. Furthermore it lead to the beginning of th
  • e Cold War. The war has also been economical, because capitalism started to enhance the world and it lead to the establishment of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
  • Foundation of the United Nations (UN) (1945): The United Nations was founded to create and maintain an international order. It was a replacement for the unsuccessful League of Nations.
  • Establishment of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) (1945): The IMF is an international organization that aims to promote global economic growth and financial stability, to reduce poverty and to encourage international trade.
  • Start of the Cold War (1945): The Cold War has been a technological and political event, because during the war the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. had an arms race which resulted in a technological acceleration in the paca at which rocket and satellite technology was developed. And political, because it led to the division of two power blocks: the USA and its allies and the USSR and its allies of eastern Europe.  
  • NATO (1949): An intergovernmental military alliance between 29 North American and European Countries. The NATO constitutes a system of collective defence whereby its dependent member states agree to mutual defence in response to an attack by any external party.   
  • 1st McDonald’s (1955): McDonald’s is a typical example of the expansion of global markets and dominant western cultures, such as that of food. There are McDonald’s in both Arlington and Groningen.
  • OPEC (1960): The OPEC is both a political and economical event, since it is an intergovernmental organization (political) and it is about a fair and stable price for petroleum producers.
  • Moon Landing (1969): The moon landing was the first unifying, significant media event that served as a global common interest.
  • Coining of the term “Global Village” (1967): Relevant to the class, the coining of the term “Global Village” is indicative of people’s increasing awareness and utilization of globalization.
  • (1971) First online stock exchange, trading worldwide, causing the world to become smaller.
  • Opening up of China to the rest of the world (1978): China opened up to the rest of the world, allowing trade between China and other countries.
  • (1987) Stock market crash, worldwide affect, illustrating intercultural dependency.
  • Tearing down of the Berlin wall (1989): The fall of the Berlin wall was part of the wider collapse of Communism across Europe.
  • Formation of the European Union (EU) (1992): The European Union (EU) has been set up with the aim of ending the frequent and bloody wars between neighbours. Gradually agreements came which allowed millions of young people to study in other countries with EU support.
  • UN for Human Rights (1993): Human rights become a popular, globally infectious movement and is addressed by the UN. Human rights are a hot topic in the US and the Netherlands, especially due to growing tensions around immigration in both countries.
  • (1995) World Trade Organization
  • Seattle Anti-Globalization (1999): Another aspect indicative of people’s growing awareness of globalization, there is a backlash in Seattle.
  • Terrorists attack in the U.S. ‘’War on terror’’ (2001): After the terrorists attack, the U.S. prioritize national security and defence which lead to involvement in wars like al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden and ISIS.
  • First Smartphone (2005): This technological development has had heavy influence on globalization- information from all over the world is at the fingertips of many, as is the ability to distribute information. Smartphones are part of what allow the connection between Arlington and Groningen to exist.
  • (2008) Stock Market Crash had a worldwide affect, illustrating intercultural dependency. Had a much larger impact on the world.

 

Works Cited:

Anonymous. “The History of the European Union.” European Union, 24 Oct. 2017, europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/history_en.

“How 9/11 Changed America: Four Major Lasting Impacts.” KQED, 11 Sept. 2018, www.kqed.org/lowdown/14066/13-years-later-four-major-lasting-impacts-of-911.

NATO. “Homepage.” NATO, www.nato.int/.

Schram, Stuart R. “Ideology and Policy in China in the Era of Reform, 1978-1986.” OPEC : Saudi Arabia, School of Orietnal and African Studies, London, www.opec.org/opec_web/en/about_us/24.htm.

Senay , Boztas, et al. “Dutch Prime Minister Warns Migrants to ‘Be Normal or Be Gone’, as He Fends off Populist Geert Wilders in Bitter Election Fight.” The Telegraph, Telegraph Media Group, 23 Jan. 2017, www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/01/23/dutch-prime-minister-warns-migrants-normal-gone-fends-populist/.

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Team Contract

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Team Game of Phones Contract

Code of Ethics:

 

  1. Understanding: To be open and respectful towards other people’s opinions and ideas

Understanding all perspectives, asking for explanations if necessary.

To understand that since English is not everyone’s first language, everyone should be welcome to make sure they understand everything at any point of the cooperation.

Listen to each other, also when someone has a different opinion than your own.

 

  1. Respect: To understand others’ positions on a topic with active participation and attention.

Respecting other members, as well as their opinions and ideas.

Respecting other members time. Showing up on time, as scheduled.

Showing and responding to messages on time.

Notify about any inconvenience regarding the time of a meeting as soon as possible.

 

  1. Commitment: The mutual agreement between all team members to do all that they can to complete projects.

Express engagement and willingness to cooperate throughout the course of the semester.

Honor existing commitments.

Accepting the commitment to the Team and all the challenges that might entail.

Be honest on whether you can fulfill the commitments or not.

 

Roles and Responsibilities:

 

Barbara: Team Worker (encourages cooperation and participates in all projects to the best of their ability), Resource investigator (exploring outside sources, opportunities, ideas), Completer-finisher (searches our errors and omissions, looks after meticulous details and polishes final drafts)

Gaspar: Team Worker (encourages cooperation and participates in all projects to the best of their ability), Resource investigator (exploring outside sources, opportunities, ideas), IT practitioner (helps other members with technology/formatting  problems), Creative mindset (Field of work requires unexpected, innovative ideas and creative thinking)

Grace: Team Worker (encourages cooperation and participates in all projects to the best of their ability), Coordinator (reminds the team about the deadlines and jobs to be completed),  Implementer (creates a strategy for working), Submitter (submits all/most assignments for the team on Global Village Website).

Maia: Team Worker (encourages cooperation and participates in all projects to the best of their ability), Monitor evaluator (logical eye, impartial judgments, bring suggestions), Implementer (creates a strategy for working), Completer-finisher (help with editing final products)

Natasha: Team Worker (encourages cooperation and participates in all projects to the best of their ability), Resource investigator (exploring outside sources, opportunities, ideas), Creative mindset (field of work requires unexpected, innovative ideas and creative thinking).

 

Performance Measures:

All members should give each other a brief (1-2 sentences) evaluations which relate directly to the Code of Ethics. Included in this evaluation each member will rate from 1-10 each of the following criteria that relate to the progress of the project. These evaluations should be given privately emailed or WhatsApp to person. The table below shows which team member someone has to evaluate. Every week the right column rotates down one person weekly until you get to yourself and the rotation begins again. These evaluations will begin immediately after submission of contract and will end after the final project and reflection.

 

Evaluating team member Evaluation of team member
Grace Maia
Maia Natasha
Natasha Gaspar
Gaspar Barbara
Barbara Grace

 

Metrics for Team Member Performance Evaluation:

Each of the following criteria will be evaluated in the 1-10 scale.

 

  1. Attendance and punctuality
  • shows up to all the meetings and is on time
  • actively participates in the meetings
  • makes meaningful contributions to discussions
  • notifies about the time difficulties in advance
  • completes individual assignments on time

 

  1. Helpfulness
  • offers help to other members of the team when needed
  • is understanding towards difficulties that others may encounter
  • is thoughtful about cultural differences among team members
  1. Efficiency
  • works in accordance to the established order, in a timely manner
  • cooperates with other team members to facilitate problem-solving and task management
  • expresses prioritizing skills
  • helps the team stay focused on the project
  • is thinking about other members’ skills and talents to assign individual works in the most efficient way
  1. Initiative
  • proposes ideas, solutions and presents opinions on discussed topics
  • expresses leadership qualities
  • takes initiative in designating specific tasks to members
  1. Quality
  • completes individual assignments with attention to details
  • expresses willingness to improve individual work after evaluation from other members of the team
  • is organized in their work manner

 

Termination clause:

 

If a team member consistently (up to three strikes) fails to live up to the performance standards agreed upon in the team contract, and is unresponsive to written performance evaluations documented that lack of performance, we may elect to terminate this team member. Every other member in the group will have to agree if the action will count as a strike. We will start by notifying the affected team member by email (on the date of the third strike) that we intend to terminate that person and for what reason. We will include copies of performance evaluations and any other relevant documentation and invite that member to respond in writing, or email within one week of being notified.

 

If, after due consideration of the response, we decide we want to finalize the termination, we will write a memo notifying the team member of the final decision. All team members (except the member being terminated) will initial this memo. We will copy the course instructor on all correspondences.

 

The distribution of points will be subject to change depending on the current project and the level of commitment and participation members can give.

 

Dated Signatures

Team Member: Grace M. Allen                                 Date: 9/18/2018

 

Team Member: Natasha Beckmann                                                                                                                           Date: 9/18/2018

 

Team Member:  Gaspar Viragos                                                         Date: 9/18/2018

 

Team Member:     Maia Pappadakis                                                Date: 9/18/18

 

Team Member:       Barbara Walas                                          Date:9/18/18

 

A sample of the team’s  weekly performance evaluation:

 

Brief 1-2 sentences on the progress of member:

 

Each of the following criteria will be evaluated in the 1-10 scale.

 

Team Member evaluating: (Name)

 

Team Member evaluated: (Name)

 

  1. Attendance and punctuality

 

1  2 3  4 5 6  7 8 9 10

 

  1. Helpfulness

 

1  2 3  4 5 6  7 8 9 10

 

  1. Efficiency

 

1  2 3  4 5 6  7 8 9 10

 

  1. Initiative

 

1  2 3  4 5 6  7 8 9 10

 

  1. Quality

 

1  2 3  4 5 6  7 8 9 10

 

First Impressions

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Personally I have always had difficulty with technology. But this first meeting with my team Game of Phones went pretty well, as far as technology was concerned. We established mediums to use right away and pretty quickly we were talking face to face. The conversation moved fluidly and we started the tasks without a problem. My first impressions of intercultural collaboration are good it was not as hard as I had first expected. I know that we will face more problems as the semester continues, but I think that we are all willing to work together to get through issues that may come up. I have never work in a classroom experience like this before. I have traveled alone in exchange programs before, but never something like this class. I am excited for what the future holds.  I think some similarities that all of us have is we are all very busy! We all have a million other things to do, but we are all in this class because we want to be. We find this topic of Globalization interesting and we want to learn more about it.  Another similarity is we are all motivated to do well and learn more about the people on our teams.  I think one difference between us is our ages. We are all on very different paths right now and so that will be a challenge to overcome.

Team 3  Game of Phones

 

Meeting times: Wednesday 15:30 (NL).

 

Meeting Times: Wednesday 9:30 (ET)

 

Mediums: WhatsApp, and Skype.

 

TEAM CHALLENGE: Start this discussion by sharing your own daily schedule with team mates as well as any travel plans or big life events you have for the coming semester. Come up with a way you can all share responsibility for keeping track of “mutual knowledge.” Make a schedule and rotate responsibility! #1. How can your team schedule regular communications to develop “mutual knowledge”?

 

  • Barbara
    • Major: Biology and Psychology
    • Job at Career Services Center (Tuesdays and Fridays till 5pm)
    • Tutoring biology and math (Wednesdays afternoon, Saturday mornings)
    • Night microbiology labs till 9pm (Tuesdays and Thursdays)
    • Volunteering at Vegan events (2-3 a month, usually planned way ahead so I will let you know if it collides with anything)
    • Swimming (Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays early mornings)
  • Maia
    • Major: Biochemistry
    • I play soccer for MU (games Wednesdays, Saturdays, and sometimes Friday) (and Sunday study hall 5-7)
    • I live on campus so I have no life
  • Natasha
    • Major: Nursing (at the moment working on quantified self for my 6 months research). Tuesday the whole day class
    • 2 side jobs as a healthcare assistant (mostly during the weekends)
    • Two projects for the honours programme (transplantlines & working on a dialysis centre to improve the care). This is from monday – friday on different hours.
    • I’m a commuter (1.30 hour train and bus to get to school)
    • From october 17th – november 4th I’ll be in Canada (Montreal), but I am able to skype and just work from there.
  • Gaspar:

Major: Game design & development

Mon – Fri: 9:00 – 17:00 internship work (expect Wed. 8:30 – 15:00)

Thursday: 19:00 – 22:00 board game club

Mon – Fri: 7:45 – 8:30 Swimming

  • Grace Allen:
    • Major: Interior Design
    • Job I work every Saturday, I babysit a lot.
    • I have a lot of Studio class work, might affect communication.
    • I’m a commuter. Only a 15 mins walk from main campus.
    • I have some class field trips dates vary.

 

TEAM CHALLENGE: Discuss how different communication technologies (including social media) might work best for collaboration. For example, when is using email better than Facebook? When would it be important to connect face-to-face with team members (Skype or Google Hangout) rather than simply share content per se (email)? #2. Which mediums will you us to communicate time sensitive “important” information?

 

  • Meet face to face at least once a week, most likely during meeting times (Wednesday). Medium to talk face to face, Skype.
  • For none face to face communication use WhatsApp.
  • Work on project through Google Docs.
  • Communication for sensitive and/or private information use separate conversation on WhatsApp.

 

TEAM CHALLENGE: Discuss each item on the list above to map the contextual factors that could influence your collaboration this semester. For example, does everyone have reliable internet access at home or only from your campus? Write down this information on your team page, so it is accessible to all team members. #3. What contextual information influences your team members’ ability to work on

 

  • Four of Five members are commuters.
  • All have reliable internet access from home and campus.

 

TEAM CHALLENGE:

Make a list of all the ways this type of “silence” could be interpreted. Do you notice any patterns in your explanations? #4. As a team, make a list of the guidelines you will follow when working together.

 

  • Always response to people even if it is just acknowledging that they said something.
  • Respond at a reasonable speed, do not wait!
  • Latest response 2 days.

 

TEAM CHALLENGE: Using our first class session last week as the basis for discussion, how might you let one another know there is a need for troubleshooting? #5. How will you handle a lack of communication – no response, no shows?

  • Also be aware and accommodating of people schedules.
  • Assume that the person will response as soon as he or she can.
  • Do Not wait more than 2 days to respond.
  • Always let Team Members know that you might be late or if you cannot come.
  • If there is still no communication after 2 days then we send a search party out for them. Just kidding 😉

 

gmails

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Hi Team 3,

I think we should start with emailing with each other so how about everyone comment you email or gmail.

gma13274@marymount.edu

graceagnes99@gmail.com

Hi, guys!

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