Conference Proceeding Article
This paper reflects on pedagogy for teaching collaborative global projects across universities in different countries. Over a period of four years, students at three universities - one in the United States, one in Singapore and one in the Middle East - enrolled in a course called "Global Project Management". In this course, coordinated across locations, students experience a global project with distant team members. We describe the course experience and student perceptions of the requisite skills, collaboration tools and challenges bearing on effective global project work.
Students, collaboration, Singapore, global project management, United States, teaching and learning
Asian Studies | Computer Sciences | Higher Education
Learning and Information Systems Education
Global Learn Asia Pacific 2010: May 17-20, 2010, Penang, Malaysia: Proceedings
City or Country
GAN, Benjamin Kok Siew; WEINBERG, Randy; and MANSAR, Selma Limam.
Global Project Management: Pedagogy For Distributed Teams. (2010). Global Learn Asia Pacific 2010: May 17-20, 2010, Penang, Malaysia: Proceedings. 1408-1417. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sis_research/1341
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