A workgroup at work in a digital place.
We travel the web.
Less travel time, more work time.
What workgroup work is not talk?
Businesses have workgroups. Educators have project-based learning (a way of training for working in groups). Both can use a more efficient way to bring people together in a working group. Here is how to do it with no building, no travel, nothing but people working together.
The CybaLOUNGE workgroup
- We meet like this every two weeks.
- Dieter is the developer of CybaLOUNGE.
- The others are interested in using it or reporting on it.
- Dieter tells about new developments and upcoming improvements.
- This video shows how a digital place can support a work group meeting.
- We were in Arizona, Texas, and Germany.
- It took us less than 30 seconds to get together.
- We went nowhere that COVID-19 could go.
- The place costs about the same as a web page.
- Compare that with the non-productive costs of conventional work groups.
- Go there. Check it out: Cybalounge
- Don't register. Come in as a guest.
A work group at work in a digital place. (Part 2)
- Watch on YouTube
- This discussion is a followup from Part 1.
- Agenda training for a project meeting by a self-managed group. Learning to plan in a group
- Action-item practice for group meetings in project based learning. Effective meetings don't just happen, they are planned.
- Project-based learning with work-groups: Not just the content: project skills, team skills, self-confidence
Activities in CybaLOUNGE
- What Virtual Worlds Need To Become Real World Offices, Post-Coronavirus
- Insights from our Workshop on the Berlin Change Days 2019
- Metaverse School GmbH @ Berlin Change Days 2019
Visit me on the web
- Drop by my web offices Weekdays: 12:-12:30 pm Central time (US)
- I am available for free consulting on any topic in this blog.
- Cybalounge and 3DWebWorldz (Orientation room)
- I will be in both places, so you may need to speak to get my attention.
- Web-worlds, 3D virtual worlds running in a browser. Summary
- And we can visit the Writer's Workshop on the Web
- Don't register -- enter as guest.
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