Use Microsoft Teams for study groups

Online collaboration relies on the effective use of digital tools. Monash students have access to a range of online collaboration and communication tools, such as Google Apps and Zoom. Microsoft Teams (often referred to simply as ‘Teams’) is another digital tool you may encounter. You could be required to use Teams for a teamwork project in one of your units, or you might choose to use it for your own collaboration purpose (e.g. organising a study group).

Microsoft Teams can be used to communicate via team meetings with video/audio, share screens, collaborate on a whiteboard, participate in discussions, and share files. It also supports the integration of many external web apps and tools. Your teaching staff will provide guidance on how Teams will be used in particular units.

How to create and manage teams