Dr. Ehrlich's research includes: examining American Sign Language instruction using videoconferencing technology, integration of e-learning technologies in interpreter education curricula, the use of online protocols to improve discussion, and cognitive apprenticeship as a framework for mentoring at a distance. Her latest research includes assessing faculty and students perception of UDL (universal design for learning) integration into post-secondary curricula for improved access. She is a nationally certified interpreter (CI and NAD IV) and led the establishment of the online Signed Language Interpreting Program at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Ehrlich has presented nationally and internationally on the topics of e-learning and educational technology integration and engagement in online learning. Dr. Ehrlich’s service includes her recent re-appointment as co-chair of the scientific committee for the 2019 World Association of Signed Language Interpreters international conference. She also presented on topics from UDL in higher education, protocols for improved discussion (online and face-to-face), and creating engaging learning environments through technology. She is a Quality Matters (QM) certified reviewer and Voicethread Certified educator, among others.