You can find a set of guiding principles here that help you successfully complete your group work.
Roles for the members of the group:
“Two heads are better than one.”
Every member of the team is responsible to gather information and sources about the topic and bring it back to the group. You and your group will share and teach each other what you learn about the topic. Every group member also has a specific role to work in the team more productively, you need to decide which role you desire to take:
Facilitator: is responsible to involve all members and ensure that the group stays on task. The facilitator is responsible to foster active participation, facilitate any meetings, and help all members converse and collaborate more productively.
Recorder: Keeps a record of those who were in the group, and the roles that they play in the group. The recorder is also responsible for keeping a record of what happens in the group meetings.
Technologist: is responsible to learn any new technologies required, assist other members using the technology, ensure final product is in correct format and available for sharing, and distribute and track all materials and notes.
Summarizer: is responsible to prepare a summary of the group discussion and keep track of decisions. The summarizer provides the instructor a summary of the team's progress and findings too.