AbstractTeaching Human Rights Online http://oz.uc.edu/thro provides: 1) interactive cases that give students immediate feedback at any hour they answer questions; 2) collaborative problem solving exercises for multi-national teams; 3) structured formats for real world cases and hypothetical scenarios to focus on critical international issues; and 4) internet videoconferencing for students around the world to confront their differences. TV news broadcasts routinely feature a split screen conversation between international reporters in different countries. As internet connections improve, students from different countries will have similar opportunities to meet face to face online. Rather than dehumanize learning, new technology should mediate direct communication between diverse groups whose members may never travel abroad to meet in person. University of Cincinnati, THRO Director Howard Tolley, professor of political science will demonstrate online teaching materials developed since 1997.