Duke begins moving from Blackboard to Sakai

Duke has chosen Sakai, an open-source collaboration and learning environment, as the successor to Blackboard for course and organizational site management. Between August 2009 and October 2010, Duke’s eLearning Roadmap …

CIT launches redesigned website

If you’re reading this post on a mobile device, via an RSS feed or through an email subscription, you probably haven’t noticed that we just launched our newly redesigned website. It’s been a few years since our last website redesign. This time around, we decided to focus less on making our website the main destination, and more on making our content accessible in various ways to others.

Duke WordPress now available for non-course use

Duke’s WordPress service, which provides a flexible web-publishing platform for hundreds of course sites each semester, is now available for non-course uses. Faculty looking to quickly create small websites for self-promotion, conferences or research groups might find WordPress useful, as might students who want to quickly develop and publish web-based portfolios. Read more about Duke […]

Re-imagining the Academy: Speaker Series

CIT and the Kenan Institute for Ethics are co-sponsoring the inaugural 2011 Bass Society of Fellows speaker series: Re-imaging the Academy. The series invites five national experts to discuss the many challenges and changes facing American higher education, as they propose ways the academy might adapt and transform to embrace such changes.
The first speaker, Laura Palmer […]

CIT Fellowships

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