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New summer graduate course: Teaching, Training, Learning in COVID-19 Era

May 6, 2020

Dr. Suzanne Ehrlich, assistant professor of educational technology, training and development in UNF’s College of Education & Human Services, realized that her academic expertise could be very useful for others during this remote learning period caused by the pandemic.

 

As an expert in online course design, Ehrlich quickly got to work and developed the course EME 6990: Teaching, Training and Learning in the COVID-19 Era. She designed the course as quickly and thoroughly as possible so it would be ready for students to take during summer session.

 

“I want to support as many educators as possible by sharing online course design and learning strategies that I have researched and developed throughout my career,” said Ehrlich.

 

This course is designed to explore current topics and instructional strategies for managing teaching and learning during COVID-19 and in the future. The course is open to any graduate student who wishes to develop fluid training and teaching skills that can adapt during crisis/emergency events such as COVID-19 when learning environments are impacted for the short term and the long term.

 

For more information on the program, visit the webpage. For graduate students or non-degree seeking students who are interesting in applying, contact Dr. Ehrlich at suzanne.ehrlich@unf.edu