Gradescope is an exam and assignment tool that supports several grading features including integration into Canvas and the Gradescope app for instructors and students. The College of Engineering has licensed Gradescope for all faculty in the College to use for their courses.
Instructors may find these features useful:
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- Upload scanned paper exams to allow
A collaborative team from CAEN, Resource Planning and Management (RPM), and multiple academic departments have been working on a Professional Development Activity Tracking (PDAT) application. This application was suggested by Michigan Engineering’s DEI Community Teams as an option to help promote and track DEI activities that the College population are doing.
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At the hub of North Campus is the James & Anne Duderstadt Center – open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, to provide you and your students with access to cutting-edge technologies and expert advice to support coursework and research. Some of the unique Continue Reading »
Approximately 210 new Dell Precision 3460 computers were installed in CAEN computer labs and learning centers over the summer. These computers are configured with additional memory, better graphics, and a more powerful CPU. The specs include:
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- CPU: Intel Core i7-12700 processor (25 MB Cache, 12 Core, 2.1 GHz to 4.9 GHz)
- RAM: 32 GB DDR5
The CAEN Lab Software Environment (CLSE) for Linux is transitioning users to a different home directory location starting in the Fall 2022 term.
Eligible CAEN users will access their Linux home directory in the same storage space as their CAEN Home Directory on CLSE Windows computers. The CLSE Linux home directory no longer routes to Continue Reading »
The College of Engineering is providing additional cost sharing for research computing with ARC HPC resources (Great Lakes and Armis2) to support externally funded research. CoE faculty who have used their U-M Research Computing Package (UMRCP) compute resources will become eligible for an 80% cost share account on Great Lakes and/or Armis2 (up Continue Reading »
By default, the College automatically records all LEC sections for CoE courses. This means instructors can choose to deliver their lecture in the normal location and time, and they will have the option of sharing the recordings with students for on-demand viewing. If an instructor is teaching in the fall, and would like to have Continue Reading »
The CAEN website is undergoing a fresh new look and feel: caen.engin.umich.edu. View resources arranged by audience type (faculty, staff, students) or browse our services by interest. More navigation and content improvements will be rolling out soon. Questions? Comments? Send your feedback to email@example.com.
CAEN is developing a new assistive technology feature called Lecture Rewind that will be available for you to pilot in your course in Fall 2022.
Lecture Rewind allows students enrolled in your course to follow the slide/whiteboard content via a browser on their personal device. This can offer a better view of what is being Continue Reading »
The wireless presentation capability has been updated in the classrooms to now work using MWireless to connect. The previous system that required connecting to CAEN-Presenter is no longer available.
Faculty instructors using an Apple device (laptop, iPad, iPhone) can connect directly to an Apple TV. No need for additional software or special wifi networks – Continue Reading »