Interested in experimenting with 3D printing or trying out Google Glass? Ever wanted to record yourself writing ‘on air’? This year’s Duke Digital Initiative (DDI) call for proposals is open now, offering Duke faculty the chance to apply for a range of emerging technologies. The Duke Digital Initiative [...]
The Graduate School’s Bass Online Apprentice Fellowship offered in partnership with the Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) provides Ph.D. students hands-on experience in online college teaching by collaborating with Duke faculty to develop Coursera MOOCs. This offers a unique opportunity for Bass fellows to work with a project team of faculty, academic technology consultants, and online course associates to create global online learning experiences and to interact with learners from around the world.
Do you currently teach in a Coursera MOOC, or are you interested in learning more about Coursera MOOC data? Join CIT to explore instructor analytics available in Coursera, and learn how to use Coursera data to impact your teaching. At our November 4th meeting, we’ll discuss Coursera data that is available to faculty, how the data [...]
The Distance Education Special Interest Group at Duke (DE SIG@Duke) is an open group meeting every other month to discuss a range of distance education topics. Members include instructors, program directors and coordinators, IT directors and staff, instructional designers, and academic technology consultants. We focus on program administration, pedagogy, and technology.
Join us for our next meeting, as we discuss the flipped “online” classroom model. A panel of three faculty will share their unique experiences and pedagogical approaches flipping the classroom in a distance learning environment.
Duke’s incoming undergraduate class is comprised of around 10% international students. According to Dean Guttentag in “Duke Students: Who Are They?”, this international presence has grown considerably: in 2000 there were 60 incoming international undergraduates, [...]
The 2014 CIT Instructional Technology Showcase is just a few weeks away, and the full schedule of concurrent sessions is now available. Register to attend the showcase! This free event, which highlights innovative teaching ideas and outstanding work by Duke [...]
During the 2013-14 academic year, the CIT led the Flipping the Classroom Faculty Fellowship. Twelve faculty from a variety of disciplines shared experiences and learned about using active learning techniques in their classrooms.
In this first in a series of blog posts about the Fellows experiences, two of the faculty discuss [...]
In Spring 2013 and Spring 2014, Duke offered a MOOC called “English Composition I: Achieving Excellence” taught by Professor Denise Comer. One of Professor Comer’s goals in teaching the course was to offer a college-level introductory writing course that would teach practical skills students would be able to use in their academic or professional careers. [...]
The CIT’s Active Learning Roundtable is an ongoing opportunity for Duke faculty to meet and share ideas. Every three weeks, faculty from around the university are invited to bring ideas and examples of what works in their classroom. We will focus on a range of topics including brief activities such as think-pair-share and [...]
- Duke Digital Initiative Call for Proposals Now Open
- Bass Online Apprentice Collaborates to Create Global Online Learning Experience
- Learning Analytics Discussion Group: Coursera MOOC Data
- Distance Education Special Interest Group, Fall 2014
- MPS: New Office Hours
- Thompson Writing Program (TWP) DukeWrites Enrichment Suite for International Students (ESIS)
- Full Schedule for CIT Instructional Technology Showcase Now Available – Register by October 9th!