October 23, 2020
The Center for Academic Innovation is offering three teach-outs focused on issues facing voters. They offer short, self-paced learning opportunities on current topics on the Coursera platform.
July 7, 2020
As Black Lives Matter protests continue throughout the nation and deadly run-ins with police repeatedly make headlines, U-M explores the topic with “Police Brutality in America Teach-Out.”
April 15, 2020
Now through May 25, learners can take advantage of a new teach-out from U-M that focuses on how individuals, families and organizations can thrive, and not just survive, during this time.
February 27, 2020
U-M is offering a free learning opportunity, “Melting Ice Rising Seas Teach-Out,” beginning March 2. The self-guided experience will walk learners through the reality of climate change.
February 3, 2020
U-M is encouraging learners to dialogue, to participate and to gain greater insights into the U.S. presidential election process through “Why Iowa? A Primer on Primaries and Caucuses Teach-Out.”
September 23, 2019
U-M will offer a professional certification on concussion training for those who work with high school athletes, and a general awareness teach-out for anyone interested in learning more about concussions.
June 28, 2019
Creators of a new teach-out will encourage participants to think about the combination of arts and technology during learning sessions that will be conducted on Instagram July 1-31.
January 29, 2019
U-M will offer an online teach-out Feb. 4-28 for those interested in learning more about a variety of issues involving connected and automated vehicles, and their impact on mobility and transportation.
December 16, 2018
U-M has experienced more than 7 million enrollments in online learning opportunities in the four years since it announced a centralized effort to promote digital learning.
October 29, 2018
An online teach-out called Finding Common Ground, conducted by political science professor Arthur Lupia, begins Nov. 5 and is designed to help people find ways to listen and respect differing viewpoints.