CIT support for faculty teaching in the Link in 2009

teaching in the linkJust a few of the ways CIT will continue to work with Duke faculty teaching in the Link in the coming year:

1) Link Lunch – monthly CIT hosted lunch for faculty teaching in the Link

What teaching and learning activities work well in the Link spaces? What’s the best approach to using breakout spaces or whiteboards with your class? How do other faculty use the movable furniture in the Link? CIT will host a monthly lunch as an open forum for faculty teaching in the Link. Get together with other faculty for informal discussions about the Link.

For more information, or to register, please visit:
http://cit.duke.edu/events/event.do?eventid=1671&occurid=3281


2) Flexible Learning Spaces Profiles

Are you doing something innovative with the Link’s teaching spaces? CIT would like to profile you and your course (along with pictures and/or video of your class in action) on our website.

Here are two recent examples:

Caroline Bruzelius: Rethinking Teaching in the Link (Part 1)
Caroline Bruzelius: Rethinking Teaching in the Link (Part 2)

Faculty interested in working with CIT consultants to create a profile can email learninginnovation@duke.edu with ‘Flexible Learning Spaces Profiles‘ in the subject heading.


3) Consult with CIT at any time

CIT staff are available to consult with Link faculty at any time, to help plan for effective use of Link classrooms. Thinking about group activities in your class and want some planning advice? Wondering how your room could be configured to encourage student interaction? Interested in taking full advantage of the technology available in the Link, but not sure where to start? We can help with these and many other questions. Just email learninginnovation@duke.edu.

Shawn Miller

Author: Shawn Miller

Shawn leads and manages the Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) in its mission to develop and deliver services that foster innovation in the uses of technology for teaching and learning. website