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.
Want to attend a workshop?
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.
A number of workshops are offered by various Teachtech partners each summer. Three series of interest this summer:
- Canvas Fast Track – For people new to Canvas, looking for a basic orientation
- Canvas Mastery Track – For experienced Canvas users looking for a deeper dive into functions and features
- High Performance Computing (HPC) – This series will cover practical parallel programming in various languages, including MATLAB, R, Python, C and Fortran, using MPI, Open MP, and OpenCL on CPU, Xeon Phi, and GPGPU architectures. Most of the workshop will be spent in designing, running, debugging, and analyzing the performance of code.
Prefer a consultation?
Not sure what you need, or know what you need but not sure how to get it? Click “Consultants” above to learn more, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Enriching Scholarship 2015 took place May 4-8.
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.
View the recorded keynote from this year’s Enriching Scholarship conference: Unizin: Positioning UM for the Future and Building Our Digital Education Ecosystem
An alternate version with slides is also available via the Ross School of Business.