For the past two years, Duke faculty have been recognized for their innovative teaching practices through the annual Apereo Teaching and Learning Awards (ATLAS).  Last year, Jennie De Gagne in the School of Nursing …

Are you preparing to teach a class you have never taught before or redesigning a course and want to be sure your course plan promotes significant, long-term learning? Would you like to implement new types …

The Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) partnered with the Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) to redesign and implement a cross-cultural perspective to N502: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, a graduate online course. The online …

“The biggest thing I’ve learned is that there are a lot of steps in the process of launching an online course, and there are a lot of parties involved in course design.” Meghan O’Neil, a …

CIT has authored a number of quick-reference guides to provide Duke faculty with resources on a range of teaching strategies. As the spring term begins, we hope you will review these short guides and will find them …

Planning to redesign your online or hybrid course? The Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) recently completed two redesign projects for the Duke School of Nursing: N580: Nurse as Scholar I and N502: Health Promotion and …

“I ask students to post a photograph of themselves and record their commentary over that image (a common practice in digital presentations of oral histories).” Ashley Rose Young, Ph.D. Candidate in History, affiliated with the …

Attend the 8th annual “Transforming the Teaching and Learning Environment” virtual (online) conference hosted by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education to learn more about mobile learning, emerging technologies, best practices for teaching online, …

“For intermediate Hindi students, I use VoiceThread to tell a story. I show students a picture and one person starts the story and then they take turns adding events to create a full story. This is a very good way to practice speaking.” Kusum Knapczyk, Ph.D

“The goal of the project is to create a “one stop” Sakai site that allows students to both engage in self-paced research skills training, and to share the results of this training with others in their class in a media-rich way online.” – Adela Deanova