When the MOOC, Introduction to HTML5 launched in 2015, it became a place for learners to explore into the practical, foundational concepts of web design. Its goal was to help learners uncover the “mystery” behind the Internet; jump into coding; and become familiar with the important but often overlooked concepts of validation and accessibility. Now, a revised version has been released for today’s learning community.
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Entries by Trevor Parnell
Barry Fishman, Faculty Innovator-in-Residence re-introduces The Big Idea and discusses its ambitious learning goals.
Academic Innovation is excited to announce a number of unique student opportunities available for the winter and summer terms.
Elyse Aurbach discusses initial observations from the Conceptualizing Public Engagement Series and explores a wide range of definitions of public engagement.
Academic Innovation team members, James Park and Rebecca Quintana, discuss the collaborative creation of the Gallery Tool, designed by our office to use in MOOCs to allow learners to share text- or image-based work with other learners in an easy and open manner, with the opportunity to receive robust feedback on their work from other learners.
Janaya Lasker-Ferretti contributes a guest blog post in which she discusses the use of the GradeCraft to provide an amazing experiential learning opportunity in Italian language courses where students were able to realize the importance of language learning and promote research at U-M.
Barry Fishman, Faculty Innovator in Residence, introduces the all new AIM:TRUE series of talks, designed to provoke our thinking about undergraduate education and inform the design of the Big Idea.
Barry Fishman, Faculty Innovator-in-Residence @barryfishman The strength of a research university—like the University of Michigan—lies in its broad resources and deep expertise across multiple areas of inquiry. This breadth and depth powers the research university’s ability to create societal value; to serve as an engine for discovery and knowledge creation. The work of a great […]
In the summer and fall of 2018, a number of campus partners convened a series of working meetings to explore public engagement at the University of Michigan. In Part One of this set of posts, we’ll recap the structure of the meeting series and preview elements of upcoming posts reporting back on what we learned.