Distance Education Special Interest Group, Fall 2014

The Distance Education Special Interest Group at Duke (DE SIG@Duke) is an open group meeting every other month to discuss a range of distance education topics. Members include instructors, program directors and coordinators, IT directors and staff, instructional designers, and academic technology consultants. We focus on program administration, pedagogy, and technology.

Join us for our next meeting, as we discuss the flipped “online” classroom model. A panel of three faculty will share their unique experiences and pedagogical approaches flipping the classroom in a distance learning environment.

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Medical Neuroscience: Reaching Students of the Health Professions and Health Professionals Around the World

Medical Neuroscience is a fascinating and in-depth exploration of the brain and the structure and function of the human central nervous system. This highly successful Coursera MOOC, which launched for a second run on Jan. …