Due to faculty interest in the keynote by Randall Bass at the 2016 CIT Showcase, and requests to continue the dialogue on the future of teaching at Duke prompted by his talk, the CIT is organizing book clubs around Randy Bass’s latest book, Read More →
“What I Wish I Had Known About Teaching (at Duke)” – a faculty event hosted by the Center for Instructional Technology offered new instructors an opportunity to learn from expert Duke faculty as they shared their tips and lessons learned from their years of teaching at Duke.
The four expert faculty […]
Join your distance education colleagues on Dec. 6, 2016 for an engaging discussion with panelists from EdPlus at Arizona State University (ASU).
Professor Daniel Egger creates a new blended model for teaching and learning for his on-campus and distance education students and “flips” his class using the Coursera Groups feature.
I recently attended the third annual Learning with MOOCs conference and heard an interesting presentation by William Eimicke, Adam Stepan and Sandesh Tuladhar from Columbia University. They worked with a team from […]
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend the 2016 CIT Showcase on October 11th.
Here are a few notes from this year’s event.
Randy Bass’ keynote address was an inspiring call to universities to repackage how education is delivered. He suggested designing experimental curricula that challenge the traditional boundaries of […]
Tropical Parasitology: Protozoans, Worms, Vectors and Human Diseases, Duke’s first open online course developed in collaboration with an international partner medical school (Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College – KCMU College) has launched […]
Many students, particularly if they are new to college, don’t like group assignments and projects. They might say they “work better by themselves” and be wary of irresponsible members of their group dragging down their grade. Or they may feel group projects take too much time and slow down the progression of the class. […]
After you grade exams and hand them back, is learning over? When an exam is returned to students, they may look at their score and calculate their potential final grade in the class. Whether discouraged or triumphant or barely hanging on, the student may miss an opportunity to learn from their exams.
To help students get more […]
- CIT Spring Book Club: Randy Bass’s “Open and Integrative”
- Teaching Insights for New Duke Faculty
- DE SIG@Duke: Arizona State University’s Innovation and Online Unit: EdPlus at ASU
- New Models for Teaching Using Coursera Groups
- Using Digital Case Studies in Teaching
- Three Hacks to Make Sakai Easier
- Highlights from the 2016 CIT Showcase