This paper focuses the use of an online task group for social work students to solve problems and produce recommendations. An online site provides students the opportunity to edit documents produced by the group’s work. Online task groups provide an alternative to face-to-face task group meetings in social service agencies with a number of distant service delivery locations. Additionally, online task groups provide a cost effective way to accomplish the business of social service agencies by eliminating the time and cost of travel to attend meetings. This paper offers a stage model of online group development and a discussion of lessons learned from an online task group used in a graduate Clinical Supervision class.
Jacinto, George A. Ph.D. and Hong, Young Joon Ph.D.
"Online Task Groups and Social Work Education: Lessons Learned,"
Contemporary Rural Social Work: Vol. 3
, Article 4.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.murraystate.edu/crsw/vol3/iss1/4