CAEN summer technology workshops for faculty and staff

CAEN is hosting various online summer technology workshops geared toward faculty and staff. Workshops begin May 16 and end July 25. Topics include:

  • AI prompting
  • U-M Maizey (Introduction and Advanced)
  • Tandem – a tool to promote and manage student teamwork
  • Poll Everywhere – a student response system with interactive classroom activities 
  • Peerceptiv – peer-to-peer learning
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Engineering Education Innovation Days: Registration is open!

Michigan Engineering’s second annual instructional knowledge-sharing event, Engineering Education Innovation (EEI) Days, returns on May 13-14! This two-day event, held in-person on North Campus, is open to all and offers several opportunities to attend events and connect with others around the theme of innovative teaching and learning, including:

  • Panel Discussions on Generative AI in
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Save the Date: Engineering Education Innovation Days returns on May 13-14

Michigan Engineering will host the second annual Engineering Education Innovation (EEI) Days, an instructional knowledge-sharing event for engineering faculty, graduate students, and staff.

You won’t want to miss this teaching-innovation-focused event where you can attend presentations, panels, and hands-on demonstrations, as well as take facility tours and visit resource fair information booths, and more!  Continue Reading »

E3 Grants Program: Application deadlines approaching

The Enhancing Engineering Education (E3) Grants Program is currently accepting applications across a range of innovations in engineering education including instructional practices, course design and content, and instructional technology. Two grant opportunities are currently available:

  • Software Pilot Grants allow faculty to pilot new or innovative software in their course up to $10,000. Proposals due April

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Equipment and tech tools available for loan at North Campus Technology Center

The North Campus Technology Checkout (NCTC) offers faculty, students, and staff the opportunity to checkout various technology tools including laptops, tablets, cameras, video and audio recording kits, XR devices, and more.

Through a collaboration between LSA Technology Services, CAEN, and the DMC staff of the Duderstadt Center, the NCTC offers personalized support to help you Continue Reading »

E3 Grants Program: Accepting Applications

Want to implement innovative strategies for engaging and supporting all learners in Michigan Engineering courses? The new Enhancing Engineering Education (E3) Grants Program invites proposals across a range of innovations in engineering education including instructional practices, course design and content, and instructional technology. Three grant opportunities are available:

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Perusall is now available campus-wide!

Perusall is a social annotation tool for instructors designed to increase engagement, drive collaboration, and build community while motivating students to participate in assignments–even before coming to class. Students can ask questions if they don’t understand a concept and receive input from their peers.

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