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 »
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.
Instructors using an Apple device (laptop, iPad, iPhone) can connect directly to an Apple TV. No need for additional software or special wifi networks – just Continue Reading »
CAEN offers a number of training resources and workshops for instructors including walk in sessions for classroom technology and software assistance. Other groups in Engineering also offer training and information sessions available to faculty, including instructional support sessions hosted by CRLT-Engin and Nexus.
Whether you’re looking for a light introduction to a new technology Continue Reading »
Interested in using Camtasia for screen recordings and/or video editing? CAEN offers educational licensing for College of Engineering faculty and staff who support instruction. Learn more about Camtasia and/or how to request a license on our Screen Recording for Faculty page.
Looking for resources to help you begin or improve your course setup in Canvas? Don’t miss the Course Evaluation Checklist, and the Ten things Instructors should know when starting to use Canvas. See the full list of articles posted on the Canvas for Instructors Knowledge Base for more instructional resources.
ITS has recently Continue Reading »
The College of Engineering and LSA along with Gradescope and Piazza have teamed up to offer faculty some training sessions for their respective software.
Gradescope allows you, as an instructor, to create, administer, and grade both low stakes and high stakes assessments. Using Gradescope you can administer assessments both online and via bubble sheets. Instructors Continue Reading »
After consideration and feedback from the community, Gradescope has determined they will be discontinuing the Essay/Report assignment type as of June 30, 2022. Although Gradescope will not continue to develop or support the Essay/Report assignment type, some of the functionality will still be available for other assignment types. Specifically:
- Text annotations – Instructors can reuse
The timeline for the migration from “Classic Quizzes” to “New Quizzes” in Canvas has been announced. Further updates on this transition is available on the main ITS New Quizzes Migration Project page.
Transitioning from Classic to New Quizzes
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 »