Summer Institute 2018
EDL 8050 School & Community
3 credit hours | Roskens Hall
Students will develop an understanding of school-community relations and refine the dispositions of responsible citizenship. Work is due throughout June. This course is often taken with EDL 8020 Ed Policy. Four required face-to-face dates, see below for dates and times.
EDL 8020 Educational Policy
1 credit hour | Roskens Hall
Students will explore answers to questions such as what is educational policy, who determines and influences educational policy, why is educational policy important, and what is the policy process. Work is due in June.
1 required face-to-face date: Friday, June 8, 8:30 am – 4:00 pm, and a brief meeting the week prior during EDL 8050 on Friday, June 1, from 2:30 – 4:00 p.m. This course is often taken with EDL 8050.
EDL 8050 (only): May 30 – June 2
- Wed., May 30 | 4:30 - 8 p.m
- Thurs., May 31 | 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
- Fri., June 1 | 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
- Sat., June 3 | 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
EDL 8050 + 8020 (both): May 30 – June 2 and June 8
Online work is due throughout June.
- Register through MavLINK beginning Feb. 26
- Register for EDL 8050 (3 hrs) alone OR both EDL 8050 (3 hrs) AND EDL 8020 (1 hr)
- You will pay tuition for classes through MavLINK (does not include Summer Institute registration fee).
- Complete Google form
- Pay $75 Summer Institute registration fee by check or money order (does not include tuition).
- Secure on-campus parking.
Make checks payable to: UNO College of Education, 312 Roskens Hall, 6001 Dodge Street, Omaha, NE 68182.
Lisa Epp and Karen Schaper
Please contact if you need assistance in finding lodging or if you are interested in enrolling in EDL 8020 (1 hr) only.
- Login on to mavlink.unomaha.edu
- Enroll in EDL 8050 (3 hrs) alone OR both EDL 8050 (3 hrs) AND EDL 8020 (1 hr)
- You will pay tuition for classes through MavLINK (does not include Summer Institute registration fee)
- Secure on-campus parking for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. No permit is needed on Saturday.
- Some activities are off-campus and will require transportation or carpooling during the Institute.
Reasonable accommodations are provided for students who are registered with Accessibility Services and make their requests sufficiently in advance. For more information, contact Disability Services (MBSC 111, Phone: 554-2872, TTY: 554-3799) or visit the website >
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