Discover new ways to innovate and collaborate at the Hub
MSU's Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology offers new ways to work, a variety of physical spaces for collaboration and a group of people who can help the university create, identify and accelerate new ways to collaborate, learn, research and deliver instruction.
The Hub is designed to facilitate the passion and inventiveness of students, faculty, staff and stakeholders both inside and outside of MSU to:
- Identify and develop new learning innovations
- Leverage research, scholarship and learning analytics to inform programs
- Effectively implement new approaches to learning technologies
"We are focused on better understanding and facilitating student learning. That is how we will be a catalyst of learning innovation for the entire university," said Jeff Grabill, associate provost for teaching, learning, and technology and director of the Hub
The Hub recognizes that innovations in learning and the use of learning technologies will come from faculty, students and staff working together inside and across experiences, programs, and departments. Visitors are welcome to attend the Hub's weekly status updates from 10 - 10:30 a.m. every Monday in D101 Wells Hall. These updates are a great way to learn about current projects and explore the collaborative space. Learn more at hub.msu.edu.