Seth (he/him) works with faculty in the Humanities, and across the university, in order to help them improve pedagogy and enhance meaningful student learning. His interests include active learning techniques, faculty learning communities, project-based course design, the educational use of mobile devices (phones, tablets, etc.), online course development and delivery, digital video and imagery, and Web-based educational tools.
Connect with Seth
Recent Blog Posts:
- Day in the Life: Seth Anderson, Teaching Consultant
- How is your Course Going? Let Learning Innovation Help Solicit Mid-Semester Student Feedback.
- Building Community in Asynchronous Online Courses
- Explore Duke’s Unique Teaching Spaces
- Duke Learning Innovation Currently Accepting Applications for 2019 Faculty Programs
“Nudge: A Classroom Experiment in Forgetting Less” – with Kim Manturuk. POD 2022, Seattle – November 18, 2022
“Next Gen Digital Learning Environments” – with Michael Greene (Duke), Karen Dolan (Harvard), Linda Feng (Unicon), Laura Gekeler (Notre Dame), Luisa Li (Marist), Katrina Wehr (Penn State). EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting, New Orleans – January 30, 2018
“Teaching the Teachers: Keeping Faculty Current” – EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting, San Antonio – February 2, 2016
“Transforming the Student Experience and Beyond with MOOCs and Open Learning Platforms” – EDUCAUSE Connect 2014, Chicago – March 18, 2014
“Designing and Implementing MOOCs that Maximize Student Learning” – Online presentation with Amy Collier (Stanford Univ) and Cassandra Volpe Horii (Caltech). ELI Online Spring Focus Session: Learning and the MOOC – April 3, 2013
“Developing a Recommended Course Design Process for Faculty Teaching MOOCs” – Session presented with Haiyan Zhou (Duke Univ CIT). EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting, Denver – February 5, 2013
“What are the Roles of the MOOC in Higher Education?” – Discussion panel with Haiyan Zhou (Duke Univ), Amy Collier (Stanford Univ), and Cassandra Volpe Horii (Caltech). EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting, Denver – February 5, 2013
Seth holds a Master’s Degree in Educational Technology and a Certificate in Online Teaching from Boise State University. He also holds Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Communication Studies and Arts Management from College of Charleston. Before joining Duke’s CIT (now Learning Innovation) in July 2011, Seth was a member of the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Technology at College of Charleston.