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Week 2 assignment
CLC Agreement
CLC Group Project Agreement
Course Information
Course Name/Section Number:
Instructor’s Name:
Start Date of the Course:

CLC Member Contact Information
(Who is in our group?)
CLC Member Name Primary
E-mail Address Secondary E-mail Address Other Contact Information

CLC Group Values
(What do we need to
do to ensure our team’s success?)
What each team member agrees to do:
this is important to the team:
Check into the CLC regularly to review progress on the
Contribute ideas and feedback to the group from initial
discussions throughout project completion.
Communicate with all CLC members as soon as a problem or
issue arises.
Maintain respectful communication with all team members.
Complete assigned tasks by the deadlines set by the CLC
Take a leadership role in CLC assignments.
Make sure to cite and reference all sources of information
used in completing tasks.

Project Management Specifics
(What needs to be undertaken to complete the CLC project?)
CLC Member’s Name Task
to be completed by this team member: Due
date for completing the task for the CLC to review:
one or more ideas for how the project should be completed.
the CLC project.
tasks to CLC members.
research on assigned topics and writing it up for CLC members to review.
sure everyone meets their assigned deadlines for tasks.
and editing the paper.
the paper via the Assignments feature by the due date deadline.

CLC Group Interaction Guidelines
(How can we
anticipate and deal with group conflict when it arises?)
What could happen to impede our teamwork? What we will do if this happens?
A CLC member doesn’t provide project ideas or feedback to other team members.
A CLC member doesn’t complete his or her task at all.
A CLC member completes his or her task, but turns it in
after the agreed-upon due date.
Note: This last section will be filled out at end of the
project and resubmitted.
CLC Group Review Process
(What makes a CLC effective?)
What did our CLC do well? What
can we do to be a more effective CLC next time?

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