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Models for Project Teams

Panel Members: Oliver Heyer (Gradebook), Lance Speelmon (Gradebook), Krik Alexander (Gradebook), Beth Kirschner (OSP), Jim Eng (Resources)

Moderator: Peter Knoop

Session Abstract

As more volunteers get involved in Sakai the structure of Project Teams are evolving. This panel will present several recent examples of how project teams have expanded their membership and adjusted their structure. Discussion will follow on the success and merits of these changes and of general best practices for project teams.

Presentation Materials

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Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation Models for Project Teams.pptx Jun 12, 2007 by Peter A. Knoop

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