Examples of U-M Faculty Using Instructional Technology

This page features examples of U-M faculty who have used instructional technology in innovative ways. You can browse the full list or use the search criteria to narrow it down to the most relevant examples for you. Click on any title for a full description of that example.

Title Pedagogical Goal(s) Technology Tool(s) Academic Area Course Type
Virtual Encyclopedia to Aid Students' Learning of Science
  • Increasing engagement and/or interactivity
  • Providing supplementary content
  • Webpage Creation
Science, Technology, and Math All
Online Portfolios and Websites Encourage Student Investment in their Learning
  • Facilitating collaborative authorship, editing, or peer review
  • Promoting student reflection and critical thinking
  • Increasing engagement and/or interactivity
  • Webpage Creation
Arts and Humanities Discussion
Students Create Websites to Engage with 18th Century Literature
  • Facilitating collaborative authorship, editing, or peer review
  • Promoting student reflection and critical thinking
  • Increasing engagement and/or interactivity
  • Webpage Creation
Arts and Humanities Discussion
Interactive Website and Online Discussion Enrich a Partnership with K-12 Classrooms
  • Facilitating collaborative authorship, editing, or peer review
  • Improving teamwork during group projects/activities
  • Teaching in an online/blended format
  • Discussion Forum
  • Webpage Creation
Arts and Humanities All
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