Announcing a New Version of CIT’s Website!

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The Center for Instructional Technology is excited to launch a new version of its website at cit.duke.edu!

The new website features a refreshed, modern design and streamlined navigation to make it easier for Duke faculty and instructors to learn about and connect with CIT’s free teaching support services.

Other new features include a Learning Technologies page to connect Duke instructors to software and web tools for teaching and The Art and Science of Teaching, a collection of guides to help faculty try evidence-based teaching strategies in their classroom.

We will continue to make small adjustments and improvements to the website through January 2017. Individuals are invited to submit their feedback one the new site via this survey.

Author: Courtney Lockemer

Courtney was formerly the Communications and Outreach Manager at Columbia University’s Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL). She previously held a communications job in Duke’s Office of Information Technology, in which she helped promote innovative projects such as Duke’s iPod First Year Experience. Courtney holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Princeton University as well as an M.F.A. in Studio for Interrelated Media from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design.