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Hub for Teaching & Learning Resources

Welcome to the Hub

The Hub for Teaching and Learning Resources (often referred to simply as the “Hub”) serves as a single portal for resources to help faculty explore pedagogical issues and opportunities, enhance curriculum and fully apply assessment practices. 

                                              Digital Education Virtual Office Hours: Drop in any Thursday from 11-Noon 
                                              Hub Virtual Drop-in Coffee Hours: Drop in any Thursday 10-11 

 

Teaching Strategies for Emergency Planning for Continuity of Instruction

For the transition to online classes, please use these meetingbird online scheduling links to set up a remote meeting with:

If you have any trouble using the meetingbird app, please email Beth Medere, medere@umich.edu.

OUR MISSION

The Hub for Teaching & Learning Resources assists faculty, staff and students achieve their teaching and learning goals by providing pedagogical, technological and assessment support.

The specific services and initiatives, some co-created with faculty, the Hub provides: 

  • Coordinate faculty professional development across campus
  • Facilitate custom trainings and programs for departments and units 
  • Consult one-on-one with faculty regarding pedagogy, technology and assessment 
  • Provide grants to support teaching and learning 
  • Oversee orientation and ongoing support for new faculty
The Hub for Teaching and Learning Resources
The diversity in the faculty is just astonishing.
Aayat Ali

Hub for Teaching & Learning Resources

1190 -
Social Sciences Building (SSB)
Phone: 
313-583-6550
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