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LANSING, Mich. – A recent study conducted by Michigan Virtual has shed light on how K-12 students are using artificial intelligence (AI) tools in online learning courses. The research, which analyzed data from over 2,000 students enrolled in Michigan Virtual courses, offers valuable insights for…

Enrollment for online summer programming is available now. Lansing, Mich. – Michigan parents are encouraged to unlock a summer of limitless learning with Michigan Virtual’s variety of online course offerings. With flexible scheduling, personalized support, and a vast array of…

LANSING, MICH. – To celebrate National AI Literacy Day, Michigan Virtual is hosting an online webinar on Friday, April 19 at 11 a.m. for educators and parents to learn more about how to navigate the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence…

Written by Nadia Tamez-Robledo; originally published at https://www.edsurge.com/news/2024-04-10-ai-guidelines-for-k-12-aim-to-bring-order-to-the-wild-west. Education has had a wobbly relationship with the still-evolving presence of generative AI in schools — with some school districts banning it only to reverse course. It can save teachers time by automating tasks,…

Alongside statewide education partners, Michigan Virtual is today releasing a sample K-12 AI Guidance document that specifically addresses educators’ approach to AI use.

Joseph R. Friedhoff holding the 2024 Digital Learning Collaborative (DLC) Research Impact Award

AUSTIN, Texas – The DLC is thrilled to announce Joseph R. Freidhoff as the recipient of the DLC’s Research Impact Award for his research report K-12 Virtual Learning Effectiveness Report, 2021-22, published in March 2023. Dr. Freidhoff was recognized…

LANSING, Mich. – Education researcher Nikolas McGehee, PhD. with Michigan Virtual has recently completed a groundbreaking study about artificial intelligence (AI) technology’s application within the classroom setting, with implications for how Michigan teachers can use AI to personalize learning for students. McGehee’s study found…

LANSING, Mich. – As school districts throughout the state are beginning to harness the power of AI tools to create greater equity and transform teaching, Michigan Virtual is excited to announce the creation of a laboratory dedicated to exploring…

LANSING, Mich. — Michigan Virtual is proud to announce the appointment of three new, distinguished leaders who have been elected to serve three-year terms on the Board of Directors. These esteemed professionals bring a wealth of experience to the Michigan…

LANSING, Mich. — As school districts across Michigan examine the evolution of artificial intelligence (AI) and its implications in the classroom, Michigan Virtual, a pioneer in digital learning for the past 25 years, has developed the first of its…

A version of this article was also published at FOX 17 on August 4, 2023. LANSING, Mich. — David Dublis of Grand Rapids, Mich. was named the 2023 Online Mentor of the Year – a distinction given to a…

A version of this article was also published at WNEM 5 on August 4, 2023. LANSING, Mich. — Carrie Begick of Saginaw, Mich. was named the 2023 Online Teacher of the Year – an award given to a Michigan Virtual…

LANSING, Mich. — Ahead of the upcoming school year, educators and innovators from across Michigan gathered last week for the second annual Michigan EdTech Innovation Bootcamp, learning skills to develop their own ideas for businesses or classroom innovation.  Educators…

It’s no secret that the last few years have been hard. Couple a worldwide pandemic with thealready difficult pre-teen years for students and it’s no wonder that our academic scores took ahit. Still, how we respond to those scores…

First place prize went to a Utica educator for ‘Spelling Safari’ LANSING, Mich. — Edtech innovators from Spelling Safari have been chosen as the winners of the second annual Michigan EdTech Innovation Pitch Contest, sharing $22,000 in business startup grants…

LANSING, Mich. — Seven Michigan educators have been accepted into the inaugural Google GSV Education Innovation Fellowship, tying Michigan with only California for the most educators from their state in the Fellowship. This pilot year of the fellowship will bring…

LANSING, Mich. — Five Michiganders have been chosen to advance as finalists in the Michigan EdTech Innovation Pitch Contest. Each of the finalists will advance to a pitch presentation on June 29, where first, second and third-place winners will…

Lansing, Mich. — This summer marks the 25th anniversary of Michigan Virtual, an educational technology non-profit. Founded in 1998 by the State of Michigan, with the support of many education and policy leaders including then-Governor John Engler, Michigan Virtual…

1. INTRODUCTION Michigan Virtual™ is seeking proposals for services related to audio, visual, design, build, and installation, for the upgrade of our large multifunctional, divisible conference room. By releasing this RFP, Michigan Virtual makes no guarantee of any awards…

RFQ: Co-Managed IT Services

By Author Profile Photo Joseph Freidhoff

I. INTRODUCTION Michigan Virtual™ is requesting Quotes for a single organization to provide Co-Managed IT services over a three-year period. By releasing this RFQ, Michigan Virtual makes no guarantee of any awards of work to any respondents now or…

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