global virtual teams, cross-cultural, virtual communication
As global economies and interactions increase, there is a developing need for students to have a variety of cross-cultural experiences. Traditionally these experiences have occurred through study abroad experiences and internships. With the advent of virtual technologies global virtual teams are an opportunity to provide students with a cross-cultural experience. However, stakeholders need to be aware of their roles and responsibilities in such an endeavor.
This article discusses findings from a three-year study seeking to integrate global virtual teams into regular classrooms. The roles and responsibilities of institutions, faculty, and students are discussed in this article.
Original Publication Citation
Holt Zaugg, Randy Davies, Alan Parkinson, and Spencer Magleby, "Best Practices for Using Global Virtual Teams", TechTrends, July/August 2015, Volume 59, Number 4, 87-95
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Zaugg, Holt; Davies, Randy; Parkinson, Alan; and Magleby, Spencer, "Best Practices for Using Global Virtual Teams" (2015). Faculty Publications. 1630.
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