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Wednesday, August 4 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
7A3 Risk Management Scavenger Hunt: An Experiential Learning Activity During a Time of Pandemic

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Kathleen Locklear, SUNY, Oswego

The forced transition to online learning, as a result of the COVID Pandemic, has required an array of adjustments to course materials. Particularly impacted were course activities and assignments that had previously relied upon an in person, synchronous component. This presentation will focus on forced adjustments that were successfully made to a "Risk Management Scavenger Hunt" activity due to the COVID Pandemic.

The “Risk Management Scavenger Hunt” activity was added to the Introduction to Risk Management and Insurance course at SUNY Oswego (RMI 300) in Fall 2020. The activity was designed to be carried out in person, as an on campus class activity. When the campus transitioned fully to online learning, this modality was no longer possible. Due to the popularity of the activity with students the instructor sought to make adaptations that would allow the activity to continue.

The “Risk Management Scavenger Hunt” activity was not originally developed to enhance online learning. However, and as an unanticipated outcome, it is expected that the adjustments will continue to add value in a post-pandemic learning environment. A central element of this presentation will be lessons learned from those adjustments. There will also be emphasis on discussion among session participants.


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Kathleen Locklear

Assistant Professor, Risk Management & Insurance, State University of New York at Oswego
Greetings!  This is my first time attending the ARIA conference. I welcome any opportunities to make new connections, so please feel free to reach out and/ or attend my presentation during Session 7A.  I am currently Assistant Professor of Risk Management and Insurance at SUNY Oswego... Read More →


Wednesday August 4, 2021 1:00pm - 2:30pm EDT