Academic Technology Consultant
Randy consults with faculty in the Social Sciences on integrating technology into teaching. His professional interests include e-learning, social networking, online productivity tools, video and multimedia, and visualization. Randy’s current work includes management of the CIT’s Faculty Fellows program, supporting faculty participating in Duke’s Coursera experiments and exploring areas such as e-textbooks. His other interests outside of work include restoration of vintage recording formats and broadcasting and film history. He volunteers for the Old Time Radio Researchers Group, maintains an ongoing blog on radio history research, and is working on a discography of radio programs released on records. In June 2013, Randy was interviewed by EdTech Magazine on why Duke is experimenting with MOOCs, ways the university might evaluate the effort, and upcoming trends in instructional technology. In 2012, he was featured on American Public Media’s “The Story”, discussing his collecting and research on radio history.
Recent CIT Blog Posts
- Get New Ideas for Teaching with CIT’s “Visit a Classroom” Program
- Flipping the Duke Political Science Graduate “Math Camp”
- 2014 NMC Horizon report outlines teaching and learning trends
- Checking in on the Flipped Classroom Fellows
- 2013 International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning sessions online
- Faculty presentation, October 9 – “See you / see me: An interactive real-time online course”
- Flipping the Classroom Fellowship begins
Before joining CIT in 2000, Randy worked as an Academic Computing Specialist at Wake Forest University for the Art, Music, and Theater departments and was an independent filmmaker. He holds a B.S. in Public and Applied History from Appalachian State University.
Physical location: 030 Bostock Library
Durham, NC 27708