Courses held between March and July 2016.


  • Principles and Practice of Professional Legal Communications 

    228.002
    Seminar
    2
    Sommersemester 2016
    Institute of Austrian Legal History and European Legal Development
    (Contact information)
    Hide number of allocations to ongoing or discontinued courses of studycompulsory subject: 5 | elective subject: 3 | PhD studies: 2

    Degree type/curriculum
    SPO-V Allocation to module
    Type
    Rec.
    sem.
    ECTS
    credits
    Equ.Prerequ.
    current
    Diploma programme
    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    14W
    3. Part /Spezialisierungsgebiet Wahlfach: Justiz
    WFn.s.5
    Details
    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    14W
    3. Part /Spezialisierungsgebiet Wahlfach: Internationale Beziehungen
    WFn.s.5
    Details
    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    14W
    3. Part /Spezialisierungsgebiet Wahlfach: Wirtschaft
    WFn.s.5
    Details
    Doctoral programme
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Nichtstreitige Verfahren und Mediation, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Zivilgerichtliches Verfahren, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Bürgerliches Recht einschließlich Internationales Privatrecht, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Österreichische und Europäische Rechtsentwicklung, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Wirtschaftsrecht, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Rechtsgeschichte, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    discontinued
    083 Law, doctorate (UG2002)
    02W
    1. Part /REWI-Doktorat ALT (Version 02W) / Lehrveranstaltungsangebot für die 3 Pflichtfächer lt. Curriculum 02W
    PFn.s.5

    Diploma programme
    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    11W
    3. Part /Pflichtfachgruppe: Politik und Gesellschaft / Rechtsentwicklung und Rechtspolitik im Privatrecht
    PFn.s.5

    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    11W
    3. Part /Pflichtfachgruppe: Justiz / Privatrecht und Verfahren
    PFn.s.5

    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    11W
    3. Part /Pflichtfachgruppe: Wirtschaft / Wirtschaftsrecht
    PFn.s.5

    Free course: 5 ECTS credits
    Course description
    Relevant legal topics include: criteria and perceptions of legal communications in diverse cultures; the use of jargon versus “plain English”; style recommendations as found in various journal articles e.g. http://network.bepress.com/law/legal-writing-and-research/. In addition, samples of great legal speeches as well as persuasive speeches from politics will highlight different rhetorical traditions and devices for practice in student productions in legal contexts they study. Roleplay will apply and develop practical experiences and skills.
    Maturaniveau English
    Successful candidates will
    • know and understand essential theoretical principles of communication, classical rhetoric and current research in social-interactive discourse and behaviour;
    • have analysed their own preferred communication styles and best practice samples of speeches; they can identify and judge effective and efficient manifestations of persuasive professional behaviour and discourse in different cultures and adjust their speaking and writing styles according to audiences and discourse communities they encounter in a wide range of professional situations;
    • have practised professional communications and persuasive speeches in class assignments and prepared roleplay, as well as peer feedback and reflection for further self-directed and guided personal development;
    • have demonstrated critical awareness of interpersonal and cross-cultural, cross-gender professional behaviours and communications with legal and client partners, as well as the general public.
    English
    interactive & New Media (conveying knowledge also in computer-based way, e.g. e-learning)
    228.002 Principles and Practice of Professional Legal Communications (2SSt SE, SS 2015/16)
    Group
    Day
    Date
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    Place
    Type of class
    Date type
    Comment
    Standardgruppe
    Fri
    04.03.201608:15
    09:45
    SR 15.33 (015B030037)regular class
    confirmed

    Wed
    11.05.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 15.33 (015B030037)regular class
    confirmed

    Wed
    18.05.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 15.33 (015B030037)regular class
    confirmed

    Wed
    25.05.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 15.33 (015B030037)regular class
    confirmed

    Wed
    01.06.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 15.33 (015B030037)regular class
    confirmed

    Wed
    08.06.201608:00
    11:15
    SR 15.33 (015B030037)regular class
    confirmed

    For registration you have to be identified in UNIGRAZonline as a student.
    Note: Attendance in the first session on 5.3.2014 is mandatory! Missing this session means you forfeit your place!
    Exam information
    See position in the curriculum
    Leistungsbeurteilung u.a. durch:

    Prüfung von Theorieinhalten in schriftlichen oder mündlichen Tests 25%
    Portfolios von zu erbringenden Leistungen im Rahmen der Lehrveranstaltung 50%;
    Begleitende Blended Learning Aktivitäten 25%.
    Details
    continuous assessment
    Further information

    Online information
    e-learning course
    Please bring your wifi-enabled laptop of tablet for classroom work! Make sure you can connect to Eduroam - contact ZID helpdesk if necessary.


  • Principles and Practice of Negotiating, Chairing and Participating in Meetings Involving Lawyers 

    228.001
    Seminar
    2
    Sommersemester 2016
    Institute of Austrian Legal History and European Legal Development
    (Contact information)
    Hide number of allocations to ongoing or discontinued courses of studycompulsory subject: 5 | elective subject: 3 | PhD studies: 2
     

    Degree type/curriculum
    SPO-V Allocation to module
    Type
    Rec.
    sem.
    ECTS
    credits
    Equ.Prerequ.
    current
    Diploma programme
    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    14W
    3. Part /Spezialisierungsgebiet Wahlfach: Justiz
    WFn.s.5
    Details
    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    14W
    3. Part /Spezialisierungsgebiet Wahlfach: Internationale Beziehungen
    WFn.s.5
    Details
    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    14W
    3. Part /Spezialisierungsgebiet Wahlfach: Wirtschaft
    WFn.s.5
    Details
    Doctoral programme
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Nichtstreitige Verfahren und Mediation, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Zivilgerichtliches Verfahren, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Bürgerliches Recht einschließlich Internationales Privatrecht, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Österreichische und Europäische Rechtsentwicklung, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Wirtschaftsrecht, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Rechtsgeschichte, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    discontinued
    083 Law, doctorate (UG2002)
    02W
    1. Part /REWI-Doktorat ALT (Version 02W) / Lehrveranstaltungsangebot für die 3 Pflichtfächer lt. Curriculum 02W
    PFn.s.5

    Diploma programme
    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    11W
    3. Part /Pflichtfachgruppe: Politik und Gesellschaft / Rechtsentwicklung und Rechtspolitik im Privatrecht
    PFn.s.5

    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    11W
    3. Part /Pflichtfachgruppe: Justiz / Privatrecht und Verfahren
    PFn.s.5

    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    11W
    3. Part /Pflichtfachgruppe: Wirtschaft / Wirtschaftsrecht
    PFn.s.5

    Free course: 5 ECTS credits
    Course description
    Relevant legal topics include: formats and structures of legal and business meetings; chairing and participating in such formal meetings; expectations and rituals, styles and conventions. Analysing suitable training videos addresses formal procedural and interpersonal issues and behaviours in court and other meetings. Aspects include fact-finding and documenting behaviours. Strategies and tactics for preparing and participating in negotiations of legal agreements, business contracts, as well as labour and employment issues are analysed at several levels including discourse. Roleplay will apply and develop practical experiences and skills.
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    Successful candidates will
    • know and understand relevant theoretical management principles of organising meetings and associated people issues as well as current research and best practice in international business settings; they also know and understand theoretical principles of negotiating in terms of strategic planning as well as operational tactics and techniques, based on the Harvard principle (Fisher, Ury, Patten) and current research in discourse, gender and identity issues (e.g. Tannen);
    • have become aware of their own personal skills as well as of cultural diversity in professional arguments and meeting behaviour and have successfully analysed and synthesised manifestations and plans of negotiating behaviour;
    • have practised chairing and participating in several simulated negotiations and professional meetings by preparations and roleplay, as well as peer feedback and reflection for further self-directed and guided personal development;
    • have demonstrated critical awareness of their own and others' interpersonal and cross-cultural, cross-gender negotiating behaviours and techniques;
    • have analysed samples of professional meetings and synthesised guidelines for their own future roles in professional meetings across cultures.
    English
    interactive & New Media (conveying knowledge also in computer-based way, e.g. e-learning)
    228.001 Principles and Practice of Negotiating, Chairing and Participating in Meetings Involving Lawyers (2SSt SE, SS 2015/16)
    Group
    Day
    Date
    from
    to
    Place
    Type of class
    Date type
    Comment
    Standardgruppe
    Thu
    03.03.201608:30
    10:00
    SR 15.33 (015B030037)regular class
    confirmed

    Wed
    13.04.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 15.33 (015B030037)regular class
    confirmed

    Wed
    20.04.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 15.33 (015B030037)regular class
    confirmed

    Wed
    27.04.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 15.33 (015B030037)regular class
    confirmed

    Thu
    28.04.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 15.33 (015B030037)regular class
    confirmed

    Fri
    13.05.201608:00
    11:15
    SR 15.33 (015B030037)regular class
    confirmed

    For registration you have to be identified in UNIGRAZonline as a student.
    Exam information
    See position in the curriculum
     
    Leistungsbeurteilung u.a. durch:

    Prüfung von Theorieinhalten in schriftlichen oder mündlichen Tests 25%
    Portfolios von zu erbringenden Leistungen im Rahmen der Lehrveranstaltung 50%;
    Begleitende Blended Learning Aktivitäten 25%.
    Details
    Note: Attendance in the first session on 7.3.2014 is mandatory! Missing this session means you forfeit your place!
    continuous assessment
    Further information
    Lektüre und LV Unterlagen werden online zur Verfügung gestellt
    Online information
    e-learning course
    Please bring your Wifi enabled laptop computer or tablet. If you need help accessing Eduroam, contact Uni-IT Helpdesk.

  • General information
    Privatissimum for the Willem C. Vis Moot Team 2016 

    210.021
    Seminar
    2
    Sommersemester 2016
    Institute of Civil Procedure and Insolvency Law
    (Contact information)
    Hide number of allocations to ongoing or discontinued courses of studycompulsory subject: 9 | elective subject: 2 | PhD studies: 3

    Degree type/curriculum
    SPO-V Allocation to module
    Type
    Rec.
    sem.
    ECTS
    credits
    Equ.Prerequ.
    current
    Diploma programme
    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    14W
    3. Part /Kombinationsfach
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    14W
    3. Part /Spezialisierungsgebiet Pflichtfach: Justiz / Zivilverfahrensrecht
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    14W
    3. Part /Spezialisierungsgebiet Pflichtfach: Wirtschaft / Privates Wirtschaftsrecht
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    14W
    3. Part /Spezialisierungsgebiet Wahlfach: Justiz
    WFn.s.5
    Details
    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    14W
    3. Part /Spezialisierungsgebiet Wahlfach: Wirtschaft
    WFn.s.5
    Details
    Doctoral programme
    783 Doctoral Programme Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Wirtschaftsrecht, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    783 Doctoral Programme Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Völkerrecht, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    783 Doctoral Programme Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Zivilgerichtliches Verfahren, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Völkerrecht, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Wirtschaftsrecht, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    796, 200 Doctoral Programme, Law (UG2002)
    09W
    1. Part /Spezialisierungsfach / Zivilgerichtliches Verfahren, SE
    PFn.s.5
    Details
    discontinued
    083 Law, doctorate (UG2002)
    02W
    1. Part /REWI-Doktorat ALT (Version 02W) / Lehrveranstaltungsangebot für die 3 Pflichtfächer lt. Curriculum 02W
    PFn.s.5

    Diploma programme
    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    11W
    3. Part /Pflichtfachgruppe: Justiz / Privatrecht und Verfahren
    PFn.s.5

    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    11W
    3. Part /Pflichtfachgruppe: Internationale Beziehungen / Völkerrecht, Kollisionsrecht und Einheitsrecht sowie Europarecht (Kombinationsfach)
    PFn.s.5

    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    11W
    3. Part /Pflichtfachgruppe: Internationale Beziehungen / Völkerrecht, Kollisionsrecht und Einheitsrecht sowie Europarecht
    PFn.s.5

    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    11W
    3. Part /Pflichtfachgruppe: Wirtschaft / Wirtschaftsrecht (Kombinationsfach)
    PFn.s.5

    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    11W
    3. Part /Pflichtfachgruppe: Wirtschaft / Wirtschaftsrecht
    PFn.s.5

    101 Diploma Programme Law (UG2002)
    11W
    3. Part /Pflichtfachgruppe: Justiz / Privatrecht und Verfahren (Kombinationsfach)
    PFn.s.5

    Free course: 5 ECTS credits
    Course description
    Those students, who have chosen to represent the Law Faculty of the University of Graz at the 23rd Willem C. Vis International Arbitration Moot Court in Vienna, will receive an intensive preparation. This includes perfecting the skills acquired in the winter term course as well as an optimization of the oral argumentation skills.
    Participants must have finished the winter term-course “210.019, Willem C. Vis International Arbitration Moot”.
    Preparation for the „23rd Annual Willem C. Vis International Arbitration Commercial Moot“ in Vienna.
    English
    [English] interactive (e.g. seminar, course: conveying knowledge by presentations, discussions etc.)
    210.021 Privatissimum for the Willem C. Vis Moot Team 2016 (2SSt SE, SS 2015/16)
    Group
    Day
    Date
    from
    to
    Place
    Type of class
    Date type
    Comment
    Standardgruppe
    Fri
    11.03.201611:00
    13:00
    SR 15.42 (015B04025e)preparatory class
    confirmed
    Provisorischer Termin!
    For registration you have to be identified in UNIGRAZonline as a student.
    Exam information
    See position in the curriculum
    will be told
    Details
    continuous assessment
    Further information
    will be referred to in the seminar.

    max. participants are 10
  • This course requires an enrolment key
    What happened in Bern between June 28th and July 1st

  • Communication

    920.021
    Lecture/Practical
    1 Lecture/1 Exercise
    Summer semester 2016
    Centre for Social Competence
    (Contact information)
    Hide number of allocations to ongoing or discontinued courses of studycompulsory subject: 0 | elective subject: 1 | PhD studies: 0

    Degree type/curriculum
    SPO-V Allocation to module
    Type
    Rec.
    sem.
    ECTS
    credits
    Equ.Prerequ.

    current
    Bachelor programme
    505 Bachelor Programme Sociology (UG2002)
    11W
    1. Part /Modul K: Gebundenes Wahlfach 3 / K.7 Soziale Kompetenz: Kommunikationstraining, VU
    WK6.3

    Free course: 3 ECTS credits
    Course description
    Knowledge and knowhow in: expressing ideas clearly, being good listeners; expressing experiences or information accurately. What supports or inhibits relationships with other communicators? How do I manage impressions I make, i.e. what does my body language say about me?
    no
    1.Reflecting on experiences of m communications (speaking and listening) and understanding strategies of presenting information.
    2.Increasing comprehension in dialogues
    3.Becoming aware of communication and personality features based on diverse psychological insight.
    4.Experiencing and analysing communication and behaviour in dialogic and group discourse.
    5.Grasping mechanisms of body language and effects.
    6.Giving and handling feedback in groups effectively.
    7.Evaluating perceptions of self and others.
    English
    [English] interactive & New Media (conveying knowledge also in a computer based way)
    Experiential learning (learning by doing): task-oriented work; reflection; theory input and processing; application; group activities; video analysis for peer feedback and planning of personal learning.
    920.021 Kommunikation (2SSt VU, SS 2016)
    Group
    Day
    Date
    from
    to
    Place
    Type of class
    Date type
    Comment

    Standardgruppe
    Tue
    24.05.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    Tue
    31.05.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    Tue
    07.06.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    Tue
    14.06.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    Tue
    21.06.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    For registration you have to be identified in UNIGRAZonline as a student.
    Exam information
    See position in the curriculum
    Portfolio of performances in simulations and experiences, peer feedback, reflections in response to tutor feedback.
    Details
    continuous assessment
    Further information
    See online course on www.ngberger.com



  • Advanced Academic Communications across Cultures: Critical Analytical Thinking

    920.050
    Lecture/Practical
    1 Lecture/1 Exercise
    Sommersemester 2016
    Centre for Social Competence
    (Contact information)
    Hide number of allocations to ongoing or discontinued courses of study
     

    Degree type/curriculum
    SPO-V Allocation to module
    Type
    Rec.
    sem.
    ECTS
    credits
    Equ.Prerequ.

    No entries.
    Free course: 3 ECTS credits
    Course description
    How well do you think? Different cultural frameworks; argument and other forms of communications; clarity, consistency and structure; reading between the lines; identifying flaws in arguments; finding and evaluating sources of evidence; critical selection, interpretation and noting of source materials; critical analytical writing and speaking
    English level B2
    • Ability to understand different perceptions and expectations of professional academic thought and communications;
    • Ability to recognise and produce well-formed descriptive and argumentative communications;
    • Ability to communicate clearly, consistently and coherently in analyses and syntheses of professional ideas;
    • Interpret implicit meaning correctly;
    • Identify and evaluate claims and evidence as well as flawed argument;
    • Improved awareness, knowledge and skills;
    • Training done in English
    English
    [English] interactive & New Media (conveying knowledge also in a computer based way)
    Self-assessment quizzes, analyses of training sample texts, written and spoken, preparations of readings and assignments, class performances, peer and tutor feedback, learning blogs with goal-setting, reports, reflection of performances in several learning cycles
    920.050 Advanced Academic Communications across Cultures: Critical Analytical Thinking (2SSt VU, SS 2015/16)
    Group
    Day
    Date
    from
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    Place
    Type of class
    Date type
    Comment

    Standardgruppe
    Mon
    23.05.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    Mon
    30.05.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    Mon
    13.06.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    Mon
    20.06.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    Mon
    27.06.201608:00
    13:00
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    Details
    Exam information
    See position in the curriculum
     
    Classroom participation and contributions; Portfolio assessment: completing set assignments including preparations, performances, peer feedback and reflection of task performances in blogs on course Website
    Continuous assessment, 100% attendance required
    Details
    continuous assessment
    Details
    Further information
    Stella Cottrell, Critical Thinking
    Readings will be available online; quizzes, assignments and learning blogs to be processed on www.ngberger.com

    Bring your Wifi enabled laptop or tablet!

  • General information
    Selling your Ideas and Negotiating across Cultures 

    920.053
    Lecture/Practical
    1 Lecture/1 Exercise
    Sommersemester 2016
    Centre for Social Competence
    (Contact information)
    Hide number of allocations to ongoing or discontinued courses of study

    Degree type/curriculum
    SPO-V Allocation to module
    Type
    Rec.
    sem.
    ECTS
    credits
    Equ.Prerequ.
    No entries.
    Free course: 3 ECTS credits
    Course description
    Insight from psychological, behavioural, and discourse studies is gained from analysing examples from the business world, politics and media communications. We will apply insight gained in a series of role-play scenarios and simulations, selling ideas and succeeding at negotiations.
    English level B2
    • improve confidence and personal skills
    • develop cross-cultural understanding
    • develop communication skills (persuasion and negotiation)
    • develop understanding and literacy of persuasive and negotiation strategies and tactics
    • gain experience negotiating and "selling your ideas"
    • training done in English
    English
    [English] interactive & New Media (conveying knowledge also in a computer based way)
    Self-assessment quizzes, analyses of training videos, preparations of readings and role-play, videoed in-class performances, peer and tutor feedback, learning blogs with goal-setting, reports, reflection of performances in several learning cycles
    920.053 Selling your Ideas and Negotiating across Cultures (2SSt VU, SS 2015/16)
    Group
    Day
    Date
    from
    to
    Place
    Type of class
    Date type
    Comment
    Standardgruppe
    Tue
    01.03.201608:00
    12:15
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    Tue
    08.03.201608:00
    12:15
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    Tue
    12.04.201608:00
    12:15
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    Tue
    19.04.201608:00
    12:15
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    Tue
    03.05.201608:00
    12:15
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    Tue
    10.05.201608:00
    12:15
    SR 55.01 (0055EG0004)regular class
    confirmed

    For registration you have to be identified in UNIGRAZonline as a student.
    Exam information
    See position in the curriculum
    Classroom participation an contributions; Portfolio assessment: completing set role-play scenarios including preparations, performances, peer feedback and reflection of task performances in blogs on course website.
    Continuous assessment, 100% attendance required
    Details
    continuous assessment
    Further information
    Castleberry, Tanner; Fisher, Ury, Patton: Getting to Yes; Elevator Pitching; current research articles; Video Arts Training Videos; E-Minimaxes
    Readings will be available online; training videos will be shown in class, quizzes and recordings, assignments and learning blogs to be processed on www.ngberger.com

    Bring your Wifi enabled laptop or tablet!