Live Webinar: Online mediation: Mediation styles and mediator moves in the online environment - Thursday, October 28 @ 7pm EST/4pm PST/11pm GMT

The archived webinar is now available for viewing by hitting play on the player below:




Apology, forgiveness and trust from Bryan Hanson on Vimeo.





Links to Cyberweek 2010 forums related to this Webinar

 

·         Media Effects: Online Communication, Apology and Forgiveness. Sam Edwards, Eileen Barker and Michael
Cote


 


·         Media Effects: Online
Communication and Trust
.
Moderated by Noam Ebner & Barbara Madonik


 


·         Media Effects: Online Communication and diversity in values and behavioral norms. Moderated by Leah
Wing
&Vance Jackson

 

Link to replay of program on online mediation for family law cases earlier in Cyberweek 2010 about a successful project conducted in British Columbia, Canada, and also addresses the application of lessons learned from the BC project to online collaborative practice by lawyers, mental health coaches and third party neutral experts and facilitators.




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