Enriching Scholarship Registration Now Open

If you are interested in adding to your technology toolkit or learning about great uses of technology in teaching at U-M, you have over 130 sessions to choose from at Enriching Scholarship during the week of May 6-10. Enriching Scholarship is an annual event that takes place across U-M's campus: a week of workshops, presentations, panels, and discussions on a wide range of technology topics sponsored by the Teaching and Technology Collaborative

Registration is open to all U-M students, staff, and faculty, but many events will be of particular interest to teachers. The week starts off with a teaching focus at the keynote event, featuring a poster fair and panel. From 9-10am on Monday morning, winners of the Provost's Teaching Innovation Prize and recipients of the Investigating Student Learning grant will present their innovative teaching projects. A continental breakfast will be served. After the poster fair, a panel of U-M faculty who have taught Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) will address the question, "What have we learned from MOOCs?" They'll share their experience teaching thousands of students from around the world in the Coursera platform, and reflect on how those experiences can inform face-to-face teaching. 

  • Register for the keynote event here
  • CRLT is sponsoring several additional sessions throughout the week. You can get the details on our events page, here.
  • For graduate students working on the Graduate Teacher Certificate, many Enriching Scholarship workshops are eligible for Requirement B. The list of eligible workshops can be found here.  
  • To browse all of the Enriching Scholarship sessions, visit the registration site here