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Screen To Screen versus Face to Face: Experiencing the Differences in Management Education
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Journal of Management Education Volume 23, Number 6, ISSN 1052-5629

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Shows how a classic experiential exercise in management education was modified to allow participants to use networked computers as well as face-to-face interaction. Suggests ways facilitators can examine their own assumptions about computer-mediated communication and help participants deal with its impact. (SK)

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Meisel, S. & Marx, B. (1999). Screen To Screen versus Face to Face: Experiencing the Differences in Management Education. Journal of Management Education, 23(6), 719. Retrieved August 21, 2019 from .

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