Robert's Rules of Order

Henry M. ROBERT (1837 - 1923)

Originally written in 1876 by Major Henry M. Robert of the US Army Corps of Engineers, Robert's Rules of Order is the most widely used authority in the United States today for "parliamentary law, based...upon the rules and practice of Congress" for "organizing and conducting the business of societies, conventions, and other deliberative assemblies." (Summary by TriciaG and from Preface)

Genre(s): Education

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 00 - Preface & Introduction ashleighjane
00:21:25
Play 01 01 - Part 1, Articles I, II ashleighjane
00:13:30
Play 02 02 - Part 1, Article III, Sec 10-20 Kevin W. Davidson
00:24:25
Play 03 03 - Part 1, Article III, Sec 21-27 Kevin W. Davidson
00:20:26
Play 04 04 - Part 1, Article IV Hans-Christian Eick
00:19:13
Play 05 05 - Part 1, Article V Mark Mickelson
00:13:31
Play 06 06 - Part 1, Articles VI, VII Mark Mickelson
00:22:39
Play 07 07 - Part 1, Article VIII readread
00:10:26
Play 08 08 - Part 2, Article IX, Sec 46-47 Maria Kasper
00:16:00
Play 09 09 - Part 2, Article IX, Sec 48-49 Maria Kasper
00:16:56
Play 10 10 - Part 2, Article X Maria Kasper
00:15:47
Play 11 11 - Part 2, Article XI-XII, Sec 54-59 Maria Kasper
00:18:52
Play 12 12 - Part 2, Article XII, Sec 60-64 Maria Kasper
00:15:40
Play 13 13 - Part 2, Articles XIII, XIV Maria Kasper
00:12:27
Play 14 14 - Concluding Matter Chuck Williamson
00:18:14