Virtual Mediation Lab is a project sponsored by the Association for Conflict Resolution Hawaii Chapter. Our 3 goals are:
- To teach mediators how to mediate online and integrate face-to-face, online and mobile mediation
- To help mediators practice and improve their skills, by participating with other mediators in online mediation simulations of commercial, family, workplace and international cases
- To promote mediation and online mediation around the world
1 – Learn How to Mediate Online and Integrate Face-to-Face, Online & Mobile Mediation
In this 2-min video, you can see an example of online mediation with PC and mobile devices in a Homeowner v Contractor case.
1-Hour Introduction to Online Mediation with PC, Mac and Mobile Devices
Our 1-hour hands-on training is designed for:
- Individual mediators: $50 – Sign Up
- Groups of mediators who belong to the same mediation center or ADR organization.
Read the comments of 7 members of the Association for Conflict Resolution Chicago Chapter who participated in our training
In this case, the cost of the training depends on the number of participants. To receive a quote, send an email
2 – Practice and Improve Your Mediation Skills Online – FREE to Try
Since January 2012, we have run more than 100 online mediation simulations with mediators from 30 countries who are interested to practice and improve their skills by participating in online mediation simulations of family, workplace, commercial and international cases. To learn more about our simulations:
- View the above slide presentation
- Watch some actual online mediation simulations in 9 languages
- Watch interviews with mediators who participated in our simulations from Australia, Canada, Kenya, Scotland and the United States
- Read our FAQ page
FREE to Try
Sign up now for a FREE Online Mediation Simulation
3 – Help Us Promote Mediation and Online Mediation Around the World
Showing What Mediation Means in as Many Languages as Possible
We have already run and video recorded online mediation simulations in 9 languages– English, German, French, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Romanian, Greek and Thai — sometimes with bilingual mediators, as in this video of a workplace discrimination dispute in English and German.
Webinars on Online Mediation
Webinars are an effective and inexpensive way to explain and demonstrate what online mediation means, how it works, and how to integrate face-to-face and online mediation.
If you are interested in a Virtual Mediation Lab webinar on Online Mediation – like the one shown below for the Association for Conflict Resolution Chicago Chapter – please let us know