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The author traces her attitude-reversing experience developing, against her professional judgment, an online version of a skill-based, interactive collective bargaining class for undergraduate college students. The author explains the methods used to teach the class and lists the advantages and disadvantages of teaching a skill-based class online. Finally, she relates this class to best online instructional practices, concluding that the significant advantages compensate for the absence of... More
Material Type: Open Journal-Article
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: January 14, 2009
Date Modified in MERLOT: May 13, 2014
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Submitter: Edward Perry
Keywords: Interaction, Skill-based instruction, Collective Bargaining, Distance education, Best practices, Negotiation

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Language: English
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Avatar for Carolyn Ball
2 years ago

Carolyn Ball (Faculty)

This is the only piece in Merlot that I found that discussed teaching collective bargaining on-line.  It gave me ideas how to do this.  I would have like to see snapshots of the directions