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Group study for my company.

 
Garrett Smith
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I have always studied alone. It is boring and I am not getting paid on those hours, but wear myself out trying to learn new skills.

I want to try and make a plan to study at work with coworkers (they'll get something out of this too).

My rep't mgr is OK w/it. Now I have to make a plan.

How should I arrange studying in a group setting? Like what books should I get and how should we organize the studying?
[ July 21, 2006: Message edited by: Garrett Smith ]
 
Marcus Green
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Posting and answering questions in this forum could be a very good vehicle for group study, as you will also bring in people from outside your own study group.
 
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