june, 2021

16jun2:00 pm3:00 pmMOVE Series - From Content to Community: An Emerging Framework for Re-creating Learning Experiences for a Digital World2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Event Details

Michigan Online, powered by the Center for Academic Innovation, is thrilled to announce the launch of a new virtual faculty speaker series for 2021, the Michigan Online Visionary Educators (MOVE) Series. Michigan Online connects learners around the world to University of Michigan’s leading educators and innovators. Learners are highly engaged, passionate and always looking for new opportunities. The MOVE Series will feature faculty partners to bring learners unique online events that bring timely relevant topics that both faculty and our global learners are passionate about. 

The MOVE Series kicked off in February 2021 and will continue on a monthly cadence. See below for details and to REGISTER. We hope to see you there!




Title: From Content to Community: An Emerging Framework for Re-creating Learning Experiences for a Digital World

Featured Faculty:

Abstract: Amidst and post COVID contexts, educators have responded quickly with designs for learning that are meaningful to students. In this talk, we present an emerging framework for re-creating high quality learning experiences that are well-suited for a new digital reality. We evidence its roots in our prior work on resilient design for learning and self-directed community-supported learning. We discuss how these approaches can be adopted nimbly, while allowing us to extend them into a range of new contexts.

The Center for Academic Innovation (CAI) is committed to ensuring that our meetings and events are accessible to all individuals. This event will be using Zoom. Please let us know how we can ensure that this event is inclusive to you. What accommodations or access needs can we help facilitate? Contact Trevor Parnell, Event and Marketing Specialist (tparn@umich.edu) with any questions or access needs.


(Wednesday) 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


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