Sunah Cho, Ph.D. (University of British Columbia) teaches ETEC 500 (Research Methodology in Education), ETEC 510 (Design of Technology-Supported Learning Environments) and ETEC 512 (Applications of Learning Theories to Instruction). Sunah is an experienced educational consultant, instructional designer, and project manager who engages faculty to collaboratively design and integrate technology into instructional programs, curricula, and courses. Sunah supports a broad range of projects including Flexible Learning, TLEF, SoTL, MOOC (edX) projects. She conducts needs analyses, plans, organizes, manages, monitors, completes, and evaluates projects. She provides leadership in the application of educational technology and research to the design and development of distance and blended learning courses. Sunah is the recipient of an Award of Excellence and Innovation in Instructional Design (2012) from Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) for the design of Distance Education Japanese 100 and 101 courses. She is also a certified ISW (Instructional Skills Workshop) facilitator. Her particular research interests are instructional/learning design for engaging learning environments and assessment strategy design for flexible learning environments.