Ecohealth issues and current contexts


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This narrative blog highlights some of the experiences and innovations that the CoPEH-Canada hybrid course teaching team went through in the planning and teaching of our yearly course during restrictions caused by COVID-19: 

Tamped down or spruced up? How we ran a field course on health and ecosystems online during a pandemic


Teaching and Learning during COVID-19

  • This blog by the SDG Academy, provides resources to help educators understand the context of the crisis, enabling the achievement of the SDGs through remote learning, and empowering educators around the world to teach online.

Teaching disease ecology – in the time of COVID-19

  • Blog by Krisztian Magori, Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at the Department of Biology at Eastern Washington University.

Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on field instruction and remote teaching alternatives: Results from a survey of instructors

  • This scientific article by Daniel C. Barton proposes several alternatives for teaching field components on line in the COVID-19 context. 

EcoHealth in an era of rapid change

  • David Waltner-Toews, emeritus professor and co-founder of CoPEH-Canada, uses the COVID pandemic as an example of complexity in this second EcoHealth webinar held by the International Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp.

Unheard voices of the pandemic

  • Voice of witness amplifies unheard voices. Strategies on how to use their oral histories can be found here