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Recommended Print Resources

  • Fujishin, R. (2009). Creating communication: Exploring and expanding your fundamental communication skills (2nd ed.). Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. (UL P90 .F784 2009)
  • Hutchinson, D. R. (2017). Great groups: Creating and leading effective groups. Sage. (UL HM736 .H87 2017)
  • Keyton, J. (2006). Communicating in groups: Building relationships for group effectiveness. New York: Oxford University Press. (UL HM736 .K49 2006)
  • Mina, E. (2002). The business meetings sourcebook: A practical guide to better meetings and shared decision making. American Management Association. (ebook)
  • Obhi, S. (2016). Success in seminars & tutorials: A guide for social science students. Oxford University Press. (CC LB2395 .O35 2016)
  • Young, K. S., Wood, J. T., Phillips, G. M., & Pedersen, D. J. (2007). Group discussion: A practical guide to participation and leadership (4th ed.). Waveland Press. (UL HM1086 .W545 2007)






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