In partnership, Michigan Engineering’s office of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education (ADUE), CAEN, CRLT-Engin, and Mosaic have identified the need for classroom technology that integrates the best technological capabilities of remote teaching into the physical classroom, enhancing both remote and in-person instruction. T1V ThinkHubs are sophisticated interactive display systems that will be piloted in select CoE-supported classrooms during the Winter 2022 term:
|Building||Room||Display Type||Installation Status|
|Beyster||1670||55″ podium||Ready for use|
|Chrysler||133||86″ upright||Mid-January installation|
|Dow||1006||86″ upright||Ready for use|
|Duderstadt||3358||86″ upright||Mid-January installation|
|EECS||1311||55″ podium||Ready for use|
|FMCRB||1060||55″ podium||Ready for use|
|GG Brown||2505||55″ podium||Ready for use|
|LEC||1210||86″ upright||Ready for use|
In their simplest form, interactive displays are electronic whiteboards that allow annotation of visual content during class, and that content can be saved for later use and distribution. The displays’ more active functionality allows instructors to open web browsers, launch Zoom Meetings, and feature and modify multiple PDFs, all at one time. Both in-person and remote users can upload and download content and manipulate the content on the screen.
Traditional equipment in these designated classrooms, such as Zoom PCs and projectors/displays, will remain available and work the same as before.
More information can be found at https://mosaic.engin.umich.edu/t1v-interactive-displays/
The teams in the office of the ADUE, CAEN, CRLT-Engin, and Mosaic hope that these displays will enhance the in-person teaching experience. To receive a demo, seek technical assistance, learn how to strategically incorporate these interactive displays into teaching, or give feedback on their use, contact email@example.com or use our web form.