Digital Education

The Office of Digital Education maintains and supports many digital resources at UM-Dearborn.  The office offers one-on-one support as well as various workshops throughout the year for faculty utilizing these resources.  For more information about specific resources, please see the pages listed below.

Michigan Online

University of Michigan has launched an online learning portal that offers special engagement and learning opportunities for members of our campus community: Michigan Online. Michigan Online is a portal that provides a single point of access for U-M’s growing list of more than 160 online learning opportunities, including Teach-Outs, massive open online courses (MOOCs), specializations, MicroMasters programs, MasterTrack Certificate programs, and online degrees.

Michigan Online gives Michigan students, staff, faculty, and alumni from the Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint campuses access to all U-M courses and specializations hosted on the Coursera, edX, and FutureLearn platforms and provides the opportunity to earn certificates free of charge. Michigan Online is a platform where the U-M community can access courses on topics ranging from leadership to data science to web design, all created by U-M faculty. The fees for these courses and certificates are waived for all enrolled students, staff, faculty, and alumni of the Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint campuses. As U-M develops additional online courses, they will become available through Michigan Online. 

 

Online Courses

Looking for online courses currently offered at UM-Dearborn?  Please see the list of FallWinter, and Summer online courses (subject to change each year). Check back frequently as new options are added often.

Tools maintained and supported by Digital Education

Tools being piloted in partnership with Digital Education

The Teaching and Technology Tool Trials (TnT3) program outlines tools which are currently being officially piloted by UM-Dearborn.

Services offered in partnership with Digital Education

Digital Education

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