As the Office of Academic Innovation continues to evolve, we take a look at how we are building upon a diverse library of online learning experiences and an expanding portfolio of digital educational technology tools.
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The Office of Academic Innovation is looking to fill nine positions with positive problem solvers who will help drive the future of innovation at the University of Michigan.
Institutions of higher education are placing increasing emphasis on both public engagement and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). These efforts are highly aligned; where might we innovate to build and support more DEI-focused public engagement?
As the fall semester is in full swing, we welcome in a new class of student fellows and take a look at exciting new opportunities for students within the Office of Academic of Innovation.
We have introduced an exciting and significant new feature in Problem Roulette, Group Study, which gives University of Michigan students the opportunity to study together, using Problem Roulette, for midterm and final exams.
The ART 2.0 Academic Spotlight takes unique and significant kinds of University of Michigan data, and puts them into relevant categories and lists for our community.
Learn more about why and how the Office of Academic Innovation convenes faculty and staff in communities of practice to advance teaching and learning innovation, and foster mutuality in teaching and learning goals.
Amy Homkes-Hayes discusses the making of the Community Engagement for Social Change MOOC, a collaboration effort from a multidisciplinary team of University of Michigan staff, faculty, and graduate students.
Cathy Hearn and Rebecca Quintana discuss research efforts connected to the 2018 Winter Cohort, a learning experience in which University of Michigan graduate students collaborated with online learners from across the globe to complete content from the School of Education’s MicroMasters program in Leading Educational Innovation and Improvement.