Resources for Remote Teaching

In response to the evolving situation surrounding COVID-19, the following resources are provided to assist faculty in delivering courses online/remotely. Please browse the various sections of this site. 

Getting Started

Getting Started

Training Sessions

Training Sessions

Meet the Team

Carolyn Wagner, Instructional Design Expert

Carolyn Wagner is an instructional designer who specializes in asynchronous instructor-led online courses. She teaches instructional design courses in the graduate program of the Faculty of Education at UNB. Carolyn enjoys interacting with her online students throughout each week of her courses as they learn with video, discussion forums, and interactive online activities.

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Kendra Haines, Educational Technologist

Kendra Haines is an Adult Educator and Educational Technologist who specializes in the development of online/blended learning environments for adult learners. She teaches adult education courses in the undergraduate and graduate programs in the Faculty of Education and Data Visualization courses at the graduate level with the Faculty of Management at UNB. Kendra enjoys the challenge of discovering how new instructional technologies can be integrated into teaching and learning practices.

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Dr. Karen Robert, Remote Teaching Coordinator

Dr. Karen Robert is Associate Professor of History, former Learning and Teaching Development Officer, and a recipient of STU's John McKendy Excellence in Teaching Award. As STU's first Remote Teaching Coordinator, she has been working closely with faculty, students, Information Technology Services and experts in online teaching to develop resources for the 2020-2021 year.


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croppedDan Crabbe, Director of ITS

Dan Crabbe is the Director of IT Services for STU. Since public health sent us all home in March, Dan and the ITS Team have worked with faculty, staff, and students to smooth out the bumps in our move to online learning, teaching, and working. ITS continues to work closely with everyone to help make the coming term successful. 

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