december, 2019

10dec9:00 am12:00 pmAIM Showcase: Online and Hybrid Programs9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Event Details

The Center for Academic Innovation (CAI) invites you to join us on Tuesday, December 10 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in the Great Lakes Room (4th floor) at Palmer Commons (100 Washtenaw Ave) for an AIM Showcase focused on Online & Hybrid Programs (OHPs). This showcase will be an opportunity for members of the U-M community to learn more about the partnership opportunities available to support the development of online and hybrid programs. In addition to developing institutional capabilities in many aspects of OHP development, CAI has established a variety of external partnerships which can play an important role in providing capabilities, additional bandwidth, or knowledge sharing that currently may not exist within individual academic units. These external service providers and professional organizations include:

  • Online program management and innovation platform partners: Coursera, edX, FutureLearn, and Noodle
  • Market feasibility studies: Burning Glass, Eduventures, and Huron Consulting Group
  • Proctoring services: ProctorU and Examity
  • Learning experience and media design: iDesign, Wiley, and Inno-Versity
  • Information sharing capabilities through organizational memberships: Online Learning Consortium (OLC) and University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA)


At this event, you’ll have the opportunity to:


  • Learn about the support CAI provides to partners and the University community.
  • Learn more about the partnerships that have currently been initiated with a variety of external service providers and organizations whose services support important aspects of developing or administering online or hybrid programs.
  • Hear experiences from program administrators in academic units who have worked with these service providers.
  • Learn how to engage with one of our existing partnership opportunities.
  • Discuss where additional partnership opportunities may provide valuable support for your unit as they develop online or hybrid programs.


A light breakfast will be provided.


Space is limited. REGISTER HERE to reserve your spot.


Who should attend:

All staff supporting online and hybrid programming are welcome. Relevant stakeholders for academic units include (but are not limited to):

  • Faculty Directors—Faculty positioned in leadership roles in the development and delivery of online and hybrid programs
  • Directors, Assistant Directors, and Program/Project Managers—Staff members charged with maintaining the broadest view of the online or hybrid program, or those who are responsible for tracking different phases of program development
  • Instructional/Learning Experience Design Leads—those involved in leading instructional/learning experience design efforts for program development
  • Marketing Leads—those involved in analyzing program feasibility/viability, or those charged with developing marketing personas.


(Tuesday) 9:00 am - 12:00 pm


Palmer Commons - Great Lake South

100 Washtenaw Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48109

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