“Flexible Learning Spaces” Fellows’ experiences posted

During Fall 2008, five Duke faculty and one graduate student participated in the CIT’s “Flexible Learning Spaces” Fellowship program, which focused on best teaching applications of the technology and space arrangements made possible by Duke’s new flexible teaching and learning space, the Link.

Profiles of each of the faculty are posted on the CIT website, and illustrate the various ways these faculty effectively used the Link features, including easy access to technology, wall-to-wall whiteboards, break-out (student group work) spaces, moveable furniture, and close-by technical and teaching support. If, after reading the Fellows’ experiences, you would like to try any of the approaches mentioned and would like to talk to CIT first, please contact us!

Amy Kenyon

Author: Amy Kenyon

Amy plans, implements and assesses faculty development programs for the improvement of teaching and learning, provides programs and resources designed to increase understanding of the teaching and learning process and manages personnel and other resources in the Teaching Innovation group of Learning Innovation. Her interests are in student-centered course and program design, curriculum mapping, assessment and engaging teaching strategies for student learning.