Academic Innovator Colleen van Lent has partnered with Academic Innovation in order to promote the pursuit of STEM as a career field and the integration of technology into everyday work for residential students and learners around the world.
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The Successful Negotiation: Essential Strategies and Skills MOOC, developed by Professor George Siedel, focuses on providing learners around the world with the skills and techniques to successfully leverage the art of negotiation in order to optimize personal and business situations.
The University of Michigan is launching a new certificate program comprised of four massive open online courses (MOOCs) on the online edX platform designed to meet the needs of undergraduates, medical students, residents, and healthcare professionals at U-M and around the world.
In order to provide a comprehensive perspective on the DIG Fellows program for potential program applicants, we sat down with many of our Student Fellows who shared their experiences as a part of the DIG Fellows program.
19th Century Acts aims to recreate historical performances in order to capture these ephemeral acts and include them in an online space.
By flipping the legal practice classroom Nancy Vettorello, Clinical Assistant Professor of Law, and Beth Wilensky, Clinical Assistant Professor of Law, provide students with the opportunity to engage directly in material during class time while also providing them with learning materials that can also serve as reference points throughout their careers.
Raven Lanier, a rising second-year Michigan Law School student, joined Academic Innovation as our Copyright Fellow to help streamline our own internal copyright processes. We believe the breadth of this position gives Raven a unique perspective on the initiatives and so we recently asked her to share her thoughts on copyright and how it plays a role in academic innovation.
As a part of our Academic Innovators video series, Michael Bloom, Clinical Assistant Professor of Law (Transactional Lab and Clinic, U-M Law School) shared his inspiration for developing Praktio in partnership with DEI.
From June 27-29 2016, over 100 individuals convened at U-M for the annual Learning Analytics Summer Institute (LASI). The three-day event focused on understanding and exploring learning analytics in higher education, from both a research and implementation perspective, in order to shape pedagogical practices and improve the learning experience for faculty and students.