2024 Educational Technology Showcase
Explore tools available for adoption and research
Date & TimeFebruary 21, 2024, 3:00 PM - February 21, 2024, 5:30 PM
Center for Academic Innovation – 317 Maynard Street
The Center for Academic Innovation is excited to announce its 2024 Educational Technology Showcase, which will be held Wednesday, Feb 21. Join us for an engaging afternoon of presentations and demonstrations from our educational technology team.
The showcase will feature GradeCraft, Lettersmith, Problem Roulette, and Tandem. The center is currently accepting proposals from U-M faculty for the adoption of these tools. Visit the Academic Innovation Fund ed tech call for proposal page to learn more.
At the showcase, you can learn how faculty at the University of Michigan are using our tools to meet their goals, ask questions about the open call for proposal process, and get a chance to check out the tools available for adoption.
Interested in meeting the people building the future of education at the University of Michigan? Our Innovation Showcase series are one-day events featuring the faculty, staff, and students and presenting their work in transforming teaching and learning to support the success of students of today and tomorrow. Innovation Showcases are an opportunity to see the latest research, educational technology tools, innovative pedagogies, and meet fellow innovators via poster sessions, demonstrations, walkthroughs, and more.
Michela Arnaboldi, Philip A Meyers Collegiate Lecturer | Teaching Professor, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Michela has partnered with the Center for Academic Innovation by integrating multiple educational technologies including GradeCraft, Lettersmith, and Problem Roulette in a number of Climate and Earth and Environmental Sciences courses.
Anna Cools, Innovation and Information Specialist, Intend to Attend Program, College of Literature Science and the Arts
Anna and the Intend to Attend program have partnered with the Center for Academic Innovation through their adoption of Lettersmith and ECoach to prepare underserved 8th-12th-grade students from the state of Michigan for what’s next after high school, which includes applying to colleges and universities, trade schools, the military, and jobs.
Sarah Oliver, Assistant Professor of Theatre & Drama, School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Sarah has partnered with the Center for Academic Innovation through the implementation of GradeCraft in her THTREMUS 250 and 277 courses as well as in the development of her MOOC "Equitable Stage Makeup and Hair".