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The Role of Faculty, Student Groups, Teaching Assistants, and the Web in Teaching Large Management Classes

Cohen, Steven Alan; Miller, Alison

This paper describes the differing approaches to management instruction employed by two graduate programs in two different schools at Columbia University. We address how faculty, student groups, teaching assistants, and the internet can be employed in varying ways to support different teaching methods for large management classes. Its purpose is largely descriptive, although there are some brief sections of analysis where we discuss the objectives of the courses and compare them to each other.


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International and Public Affairs
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July 22, 2016


Paper prepared for presentation to the 2011 Research Conference of the Association of Policy Analysis and Management, November 3-5, 2011, Washington D.C.