Course Details

922: Education, Health, and Work Pre- and Post-Pandemic

July 12, 13, 14, 15
11:45 AM - 1:15 PM

This Short will examine the past and potential future of education, health/health care, and work organized in one topic per day guided by objectives, slides, videos, polls, and humor. This session is designed for anyone interested in the new normal post-pandemic. Questions for consideration include: How will technology, virtual, and hybrid redefine education? What are the effects of telehealth and smart devices? What are the pros and cons of flexible work, artificial intelligence, robotics, and new use of time? What else may emerge as new norms? Is the Amazon model sustainable? What are the similarities in learning delivered by hybrid/virtual or one-room education?

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Class Type: Lecture and Discussion

Class Format: Online

Hours of Reading: No reading

Study Group Leader(s):

Lois Neuman

Education: PhD Higher Ed Policy/Planning/Admin; MS Mental Health Nursing/Nursing Education.. Experience: Mental Health; Nursing Professor/Department Chair; Research Assist. Balto (MD) Longitudinal Study on Aging. Speaker, author, abstracts and grants reviewer. Former Chair City Board of Supervisors of Elections, Elect Staff County Board of Elections