Is there a way to group together previously created projects?

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    AlbertDaniel

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    Thomas Thomas (Edited )
    1. Work together to break the project up into separate tasks and decide on tasks or sub-tasks each member is responsible for. 
    2. Assign due-dates for each task www.myindigocard.com
    3. Develop mechanisms for keeping in touch, meeting periodically, and sharing progress (and/or stumbling blocks).
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    Lowe (Edited )

    When you create a new project in GitLab, the default namespace for Below we will see how to create groups, put projects in groups.

     

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    Maritza (Edited )

    A key reason often cited for their use is to get the students to take responsibility for their own learning: to work and contribute to the group even when they aren't "being watched". That being said, in most classroom situations that I've been in (i'm a teacher of 5 years experience) I have known for absolute certain when students are letting their group-mates do everything. Another thing to note is that, depending on the subject, group projects are often requirements of the curriculum.

     

     

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    Umair Khan (Edited )

    When you start a new project on GitLab the default namespace is used. We will look at ways to make groups and group projects. 

     

     

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    Kate Row

    I think you shouldn't be afraid of deletion of your previous project. This is exactly what I did with my project fransa chat rulet and in general nothing bad happened.

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    Edmond Hayes

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