Enriching Scholarship 2015 takes place May 4-8.
The University of Michigan's Teaching and Technology Collaborative (TTC) is once again hosting its highly-regarded Enriching Scholarship conference, May 4th through 8th. We'll be presenting nearly 100 free workshops and seminars focused on effectively integrating teaching, learning, research, and technology. All sessions are FREE, but do require registration.
2015 Keynote: A discussion about Unizin: Positioning U-M for the future and building our digital education ecosystem
As a founding member of the Unizin Consortium, U-M has the opportunity to build and influence the evolving digital learning landscape of higher education. Join us for a conversation with campus leaders to discuss the driving forces behind Unizin and what's in store for U-M instructors, researchers, and students.
Unizin's evolving digital technologies have been designed for sharing and storing faculty-owned content, as well as for analyzing actions and outcomes - all in service to improving learning. The first of these technologies to arrive at U-M is the Canvas learning management system, now being used in over 100 U-M courses. Keynote panelists will discuss how to drive innovation at U-M through experimentation with these digital tools in partnership with other Unizin institutions.
What is TeachTech?
The Teaching and Technology Collaborative (Teachtech) works to help U-M faculty and instructors learn and incorporate technology into their teaching and research. Our member consultants and their representative units work together to connect you a wide variety of services and experts from across the University of Michigan campus.
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Workshops are offered throughout the year at various locations. Click "Upcoming Sessions" above, or type a topic of interest in the search box. All Teachtech workshops are free.
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Our premiere event, Enriching Scholarship, is held each May before faculty leave for the summer. This week of free workshops, discussions, and seminars has become an annual event each May for instructional faculty and staff, and showcases over 120 sessions that address the role technology plays in fostering engaging and effective teaching, learning, and research.