My prior two blog posts in this series on the Future of Digital Learning considered definitions and questions raised in our community this year. The writing thus far touches on opportunities present in these ideas about education and emerging potential in the digital era. This post will identify several in brief teases.
Earlier this semester, 134 faculty and staff from Michigan State University gathered at the Hub for six lightning talks from faculty representing the Colleges of Education, Music, Arts and Letters, Natural Science, and Communication Arts and Sciences.
I’m Brendan Guenther, MSU’s first Chief Academic Digital Officer, and this is my first time writing for the Hub blog. Many of our colleagues in East Lansing know me as a technology leader for MSU IT. In this new role I will be working to realize MSU’s digital learning strategy.
Students: do you want to help identify new ways to collaborate, learn, research, and deliver instruction at MSU?
Student Design Challenge
Friday, February 5, 2016
2:00 – 4:00 pm
The Hive, Wilson Hall
MSU’s Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology was created to help advance Michigan State University by realizing a more active,