Office of Digital Education and Innovation

  1. July 11, 2016

    U-M launches two specializations for new generation of data scientists

    The University of Michigan is launching two new series of courses on Coursera as part of its commitment to developing curricula and lifelong learning opportunities for a new generation of data science students.

  2. May 3, 2016

    U-M launches first three XSeries programs on edX platform

    The university is launching three new certificate programs on the online edX platform that are designed to help global lifelong learners keep pace with their careers.

  3. April 15, 2016

    Workshop for faculty to focus on MOOC creation

    The Office of Digital Education & Innovation and edX are inviting faculty to a two-day workshop about how to reach more learners on campus and around the world, including through additional massive open online courses.

  4. March 28, 2016

    Digital information project to help students with course decisions

    As U-M students begin developing a plan for courses in advance of registration, a new tool called Course Profile can give them reliable data about their courses.

  5. October 5, 2015

    University of Michigan joins edX as charter member

    U-M has announced a partnership with global nonprofit online learning destination edX, further expanding the university’s experimentation with digital learning and learning analytics.

  6. September 21, 2015

    CEO of online platform edX to visit U-M

    As U-M continues to explore platforms for experimenting with digital education, the Office of Digital Education & Innovation and the Digital Innovation Advisory Group will host the CEO of online provider edX, Anant Agarwal.

  7. February 13, 2015

    Faculty group endorses continued deployment of Canvas pilot

    The Digital Innovation Advisory Group’s Digital Ecosystem Subcommittee, a faculty advisory committee, will help plan the transition from CTools to a new learning-management system called Canvas.

  8. February 6, 2015

    U-M teaching and learning professionals invited to virtual conference

    A three-day conference of teaching and learning professionals from around the world will be broadcast to U-M staff and faculty for free Monday-Wednesday.