Professor August Evrard's Problem Roulette Tool Recently Awarded Provost's Teaching Innovation Prize
Professor August Evrard, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Physics and Astronomy is the faculty lead innovator of the Problem Roulette service which provides students with practice questions from actual previous exams to help them prepare for future assessments. It also allows students to see responses from classmates, and provides a space where students can study without worrying about being graded. Read about the Problem Roulette project being awarded the Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize.
Additionally, listen to Professor Evrard and Mike Mills, U-M physics alumnus share the history and evolution of Problem Roulette, termed the “points free zone” web application for exam preparation, in this Office of Academic Innovation podcast.