Academic Reporting Tools 2.0 (ART 2.0), a suite of data visualization services that render U-M course and academic program data in order to help students, faculty, and administration make informed decisions, has released a first service to campus called CourseProfile. The tool was developed by a team within the Digital Innovation Greenhouse (DIG), part of […]
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With the launch of Academic Report Toolkit 2.0 (ART 2.0), we reached out to Professor Evrard to learn about his experiences developing the tool.
As the launch of his edx MOOC, Finance for Everyone: Smart Tools for Decision-Making, approaches on April 5, we sat down with Professor Kaul to discuss the unique aspects of this course.
This International Women’s Day we celebrate Professor Colleen Van Lent, an inspiration for residential students and global learners, as she leads by example to increase access and opportunities for women in STEM.
Team members from LED and DEI are involved in all of U-M’s accepted LAK submissions and we are excited to share our knowledge and gain insights to apply in our work at DEI.
This spring the Office of Digital Education & Innovation (DEI) will launch its first four courses on edX: Finance for Everyone: Smart Tools for Decision-Making; Data Science Ethics; Social Work: Meeting the Challenges of a New Era; and Practical Learning Analytics. With these four massive open online courses (MOOCs), DEI continues to progress towards its […]
Our aim is to provide clear coordination and effective problem solving in helping faculty to build successful research collaborations with other institutions and engagement with external organizations.
How do we provide learners around the world with an online experience where they can easily identify and enroll in U-M learning opportunities (including MOOCs)?
At the heart of any theatrical act is embodied storytelling and a recreation of precious emotions shared between performer and audience. This emotive state, which unites gesture with voice with idea is what we hope to offer a glimpse of in the 19th Century Acts Tool.