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What would help me to become a good team member in my group?


It is very important for you all to keep the communication lines open among group members in your teams. If there is a problem about a particular task that you need help with, you need to talk to other members of your team.

Group Discussion

During group meetings, do not try to dominate while sharing your thoughts and ideas.
Make sure everyone in your team gets a chance to share his views about your project.
Make sure different roles are assigned to each member during meetings and discussions.
For example, one member of the team moderates discussion,  another member takes notes of important point discussed.


Come prepared to share your ideas and ask questions. This informal conversation will help you and your team to generate good ideas for your projects.


Use your library research skills and find articles to share with your group.
Researching for information through library resources will also help.

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