UOG faculty earn online teaching certifications

Photo courtesy of University of Guam
Photo courtesy of University of Guam

UOG faculty earn online teaching certifications

by Jackie Hanson, Communications Manager
University of Guam

Twelve University of Guam faculty members have completed 100 hours of training and become certified in online teaching. The I Meyeng UOG-Certified Online Teacher Program was launched in March 2020 by the university’s Online Teaching Resources Team to help faculty gain new skills and professionalize their online classrooms during the pandemic. “I Meyeng” means “expert” in CHamoru. 

Photo Caption:
(Back row, from left) JaeYong Choi, assistant professor of mathematics; Tin Mar Lar Lwin Gugin, adjunct instructor of composition; Doreen Crisostomo-Muña, professor of accounting; Anthony Quenga, adjunct instructor of business administration; (front row, from left) Sharleen Santos-Bamba, interim vice provost for academic excellence, graduate studies, and online learning; Hyunjong Hahm, associate professor of linguistics; Andrea Sant, director of Online Teaching Resources; Yvette Paulino, professor of health sciences; and Anita Borja Enriquez, senior vice president and provost. (Not shown: Michelle Blas, associate professor of theater; Masumi Kai, professor of Japanese; Laura Biggs, associate professor of biology; Chelo Paulino, adjunct instructor of mathematical and computer sciences; Leilani Guerrero, adjunct instructor; and Arline Leon Guerrero, senior student academic counseling specialist.)



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