Whether you’re new to Sakai or a seasoned pro, there’s always something new to learn. Here are five things you can do with Sakai that might be new to you.
1. Question pools in Tests & Quizzes
Do you use the Tests & Quizzes tool for many of your courses? If so, you might find […]
The Center for Instructional Technology invites you to read with us and engage with colleagues in a discussion about teaching and learning. Throughout November, we will be reading from the book, Cheating Lessons: Learning from Academic Dishonesty by James M. Lang. Lang’s book, based on his provocative research indicating that students often cheat because their learning environments give them ample […]
CIT continues to accept presentation proposals for the 2015 Duke Center for Instructional Technology Showcase. The 2015 CIT Showcase will be held on Tuesday, October 13th at the Duke University Libraries (Perkins/Bostock/Rubenstein) on West Campus.
To submit a proposal, please complete this short form. Examples of […]
Duke University and its faculty have taken the initiative to explore the potential of massive, open, online courses (MOOCs) across a wide range of course topics. While supporting the faculty in developing their visions for these courses, I have learned a number of lessons I would like to summarize here. Although all of these have […]
Would you like to get new ideas for teaching? Want to meet other Duke faculty, see them teach, and discover what works in their classroom?
The Duke Center for Instructional Technology offers our Visit a Classroom program just for Duke faculty. Visit a Classroom is a structured, but relaxed, way to talk with other faculty about teaching […]
The 2015 CIT Showcase will be held on Tuesday, October 13th at the Duke University Libraries (Perkins/Bostock/Rubenstein) on West Campus.
The 2015 CIT Showcase Website is now available, and provides links to register and to submit a proposal to present.
More information on this year’s Showcase program is forthcoming, but you can […]
What does a flipped classroom look like?
In Professors Amanda Hargrove and Dorian Canelas’s Organic Chemistry course, 143 students entered Gross Hall 107 and settled into small groups. They read the projected warm-up question, asking them to chose the correct name of the pictured alkene. As students used
Flipped classrooms, diversified learning, technology enriched classrooms, blended learning–what do all these things mean exactly and how are they implemented? There are thousands of videos, blogs, and reference articles on these concepts, but one MOOC in particular caught my eye–Blended Learning: Personalized Education for Students, […]
On February 26, 2015, an image of a black and blue dress went viral and took over the world. Social media outlets lit up in a fierce debate, disputing over whether the dress pictures was blue and black or white and gold. For days, debate raged on in what some called Dressgate. In the end, […]
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- 2015 CIT Showcase Website is Now Available! (Register to Attend/Submit a Session Proposal)