There are many excellent and unique resources available for U-M students at the Duderstadt Center (DC). Aside from the well-appointed study and collaboration spaces available on the second and third floors, the DC has many other notable technology offerings:
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- 3D Visualization, XR/VR/AR, Motion Capture, equipment checkout (link)
- 3D Printing and Fabrication
As we enter the Winter 2022 term, we continue to provide robust options for a remote CAEN Lab Software Environment. All Engineering students have the option to connect remotely, and access their course software.
CAEN offers a Windows Remote Desktop Service, which provides access to computers running the same lab software environment that’s available Continue Reading »
In partnership, the University of Michigan College of Engineering’s office of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education (ADUE), CAEN, CRLT-Engin, and Mosaic have identified the need for classroom technology that integrates the best technological capabilities of remote teaching into the physical classroom, enhancing both remote and in-person instruction. T1V ThinkHubs are sophisticated Continue Reading »
Beginning the week of December 13, CAEN will be updating the microphones in College of Engineering classrooms to use Shure models only. Previously, classrooms contained a mix of AKG and Shure microphones, so this change will replace all previous AKG mics with Shure models.
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Information and Technology Services (ITS) has begun the process of migrating from “Classic Quizzes” to “New Quizzes” for U-M Canvas.
As an initial step in this process, New Quizzes will be activated for all U-M Canvas sites starting Monday, December 6, 2021. This means that faculty and staff will see an option allowing them Continue Reading »
Prior to the Fall 2021 term, CAEN began installing capture cameras in College of Engineering classrooms specifically for recording what an instructor writes on the room’s whiteboard. These dedicated cameras provide better visibility for what is written on the whiteboard, as zooming in with the regular lecture capture instructor camera can make it unreadable.
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In order to address the need to pick up and record the audio from audience questions or responses, CAEN is installing static, room-wide audience microphones in most College of Engineering classrooms. These microphones are automatically fed through the room’s audio system, including the Lecture Capture Service and the Zoom Live Streaming PC, where Continue Reading »
We are excited to announce that we will be implementing updates to all websites in our Web Publishing Service during Summer 2021. These updates will accommodate upcoming changes from the WordPress platform, provide a more modern look and feel, and will improve the accessibility of the sites so that all users can equally utilize them. Continue Reading »
The University will retire BlueJeans effective May 1, 2021. This date coincides with the end of Winter 2021 term, and the current BlueJeans contract period. For more information about this change in service, refer to the ITS BlueJeans Retirement Project page.
As alternatives to BlueJeans, CAEN recommends that faculty and staff begin using the Continue Reading »
In preparation for the Winter 2021 term, Nexus, CRLT-Engin, and CAEN invite you to a virtual Symposium on Engineering Teaching and Learning from January 11-13, 2021. This three-day event will consist of synchronous and asynchronous sessions that range from 60-90 minutes on curated topics based on faculty experiences, questions, and needs.
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