ASIS Midyear '98 Proceedings

Collaboration Across Boundaries:
Theories, Strategies, and Technology

Teaching Collaborative Skills

 

Educational theories emphasize active and constructive learning that suggests learners should not be passive recipients of information. Through interaction with others and application of new information in relevant situations, students can integrate new information into their existing knowledge structures. Sonnenwald will report on her experiences in teaching a UNC course on collaboration in collaboration with Mirja Iivonen at the University of Oulu, Finland. Agada will describe a 10-step process used to teach collaborative skills to LIS students working in teams.

 

Through the Looking Glass: Teaching Collaboration using Collaboration Technology
Diane H. Sonnenwald, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and
Mirja Iivonen, University of Oulu (Finland)

Teaching Collaborative Skills in Library and Information Science Education (LISE)
John Agada, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (contributed paper)

Moderator: Kris Liberman, Ernst & Young


Panel presented at the 1998 midyear meeting of the Association for Information Science, May 17-20, 1998, Orlando, Florida.


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