Sarah Schroeder, Associate Professor
Sarah Schroeder is a field service assistant professor in the Instructional Design and Technology program in the University of Cincinnati’s School of Education and an instructional designer for the College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH). Prior to joining UC’s faculty, Sarah taught courses in human communication and media studies in the Department of Communication at Northern Kentucky University and served as instructional designer in Northern Kentucky University’s Center for Innovation and Technology in Education. She is an independent Quality Matters facilitator and leads the Quality Matters initiative for CECH, develops and delivers professional development around online teaching and learning for the college, and supports faculty teaching online and blended courses. Sarah also teaches educational technology courses to future educators for UC’s School of Education, and believes strongly in the use of innovative educational technology to prepare our students for the future, increase access, promote civic engagement and build lifelong learning skills. She received her BS in education from Indiana University and her MS in Communication from University of Cincinnati.
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