Investigating impact of technology on faculty-student interactions
With a grant from the African Studies Center in the U-M College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, UMSI Associate Professor Kentaro Toyama’s project studies the impact of digital technologies on educational outcomes in African universities.
Start date: 5/1/2015
End date: 4/30/2016
Investigating technology-mediated faculty-student interactions among Ghanian university students, African Studies Center, U-M College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: $8,000
Established in 2008, the African Studies Center (ASC) supports the exchange of scholars, faculty, knowledge, and resources between the University of Michigan and partnering educational institutions in Africa. A member of the U-M International Institute, the center fosters interdisciplinary research projects between the university and African partners to find imaginative solutions to real-world problems.