In this assignment, you will create either a podcast or vlog (video blog) on the topic of collective bargaining. The goal of this project is for you to explore areas that interest you and for you to explain them in more depth to help others understand them. (If you are new to vlogging, see the Student Resource document linked below for helpful tips on creating a vlog). In your project, you must highlight and explore five different areas of collective bargaining. One of the five areas you must cover is an overview of the types of collective bargaining subject matter (mandatory, permissive, and illegal). The remaining four areas are up to your choosing. You should be creative in how you demonstrate your knowledge about the areas you choose. You can employ graphics or PowerPoint slides (if vlogging), case law, hypothetical scenarios, interviews, or any other method in which you can engage your audience and accomplish the requirements of the project. The format is up to you. You can choose one area and highlight different processes in collective bargaining (i.e., duty to bargain, tasks involved, administration, enforcement) or each area can be an entirely different aspect of collective bargaining (i.e., picketing, strikers, unions, enforcement.). The above are suggestions. This project is a chance for you to explore areas that interest you and to be creative in applying the concepts learned in this unit. You must provide a written transcriipt whether you do a vlog or a podcast. You are required to use at least three academically reliable sources to support your project, and the transcriipt must contain the citations and references formatted in APA Style. Your vlog or podcast must be a minimum of eight minutes but no more than 10 minutes. You will submit your project as follows: If a vlog—submit a link to your vlog recording and the transcriipt in a single Word document in the assignment submission area of Blackboard. If a podcast—insert the audio recording into a Word document, followed by the transcriipt of the podcast. Submit the single document in the assignment submission area of Blackboard. The document Student Resources contains links to tutorials or helpful guidance that can assist you with the technical aspects of this assignment.