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Friday, May 20 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Making Teamwork Work: Strategies for Effective Student Collaboration

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A New Research-Modeling-Solutioning Methodology for Solving Cases Collaboratively
In this high-energy session you will learn how to deploy your class as a single team to solve a complex issue and define the sequential roadmap to implementation. A great life skill for your students. Applicable to all disciplines. Fun to do. A downloadable sample case statement will be distributed.

view materials online at http://paularthurbodine.com/depaulconference2016/

Presented by Paul Bodine (Accountancy & MIS) 

Using a Group Formation Survey to Create Effective Project Teams  
Involving students in collaborative projects is common high-impact teaching practice. In this session, I will share my approach for forming groups using responses from an online survey to create student groups based on social preferences, expertise, logistical concerns, and personal interests.

Presented by Denise Nacu (School of Design) 

Speakers
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Paul Arthur Bodine

Business Strategy and Business Architecture
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Denise Nacu

Assistant Professor, DePaul University



Friday May 20, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Room 314 AB 2250 N Sheffield Ave, Chicago, IL 60614