The Harvard Business Review identified eight factors essential to effective teamwork and collaboration, most of which centered around modeling collaborative behavior, supporting a sense of community, and building relationships.
Offering collaboration opportunities in classrooms provides students with essential real-world experience that will continue to benefit them as they transition into the workforce.
Tips to Maximize Collaboration With YuJa
As the popularity of remote work and online education rises, collaboration becomes even more central to creating an effective remote environment. YuJa provides collaboration tools that can be applied in school and transferred to the workforce. Consider the following ways in which YuJa can enable effective collaboration.
Recording lectures helps students feel like they’re a part of the class, no matter where they log in from in the world. Students can revisit the course and view conversations even if they weren’t able to attend live, increasing collaboration opportunities. When instructors use lecture capture, they can model and encourage collaboration through assignments and projects that mock real-world collaborative tasks.
YuJa enables flipped classrooms, which is when students watch the lesson before the class meeting time. Class time is used for real-time collaboration, moving ideas forward and helping ensure the most effective use to time together.
Conversations in the real-time discussions and video conferences enable students to develop key relationship and communication skills. And while video conferencing has always enabled students and teams to see one another, recording a conference can help capture and archive knowledge for future reference. Using tools like search-inside-video, viewers can quickly find what they’re looking for when they revisit a recording.
Proper file and content management helps ensure everyone has access to what they need when they need it.
With YuJa, instructors can effectively prepare students for collaborative work in the modern classroom, office or workplace. Students will develop the knowledge and tools necessary to succeed both in face-to-face and online collaborations.