What has impressed me the most about the use of emerging digital technologies in teaching and learning is the community of people open to collaboration and dialogue at Duke. I have learned so much from …

What has impressed me the most about the use of digital technologies at Duke is the variety of pedagogical development opportunities available to graduate students. From the Bass Instructional Fellowship to the Digital Humanities Initiative, …

Through faculty-led digital projects, Duke Learning Innovation engages Duke Ph.D. students in fellowship programs to advance their professional development in digital teaching and learning design. Giulia Ricco, a Learning Innovation Bass Fellow (Online Apprentice) explored …

Giulia Ricco and Silvia Serrano, PhD candidates, join Learning Innovation as Bass Fellows this fall, gaining valuable experience with an apprenticeship in digital learning. This fellowship program is offered in partnership with the Graduate School …

As a Bass Online Apprentice (Bass OA) this fall Ashley Rose Young has the opportunity to design an engaging online course that aligns with her research on American food history. Her project, Cornbread Nation will …

Are you an instructor looking for teaching strategies to create an engaging learning experience for your students?  Lok Chan, Bass online apprentice with the Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) explored ways to make online discussions …

As part of the Duke Graduate School’s Bass Online Apprentice Fellowship program, Ph.D candidates Lok Chan and Ashley Rose Young will participate in an online apprenticeship with the Center for Instructional Technology (CIT), gaining valuable …

“The biggest thing I’ve learned is that there are a lot of steps in the process of launching an online course, and there are a lot of parties involved in course design.” Meghan O’Neil, a …

“The goal of the project is to create a “one stop” Sakai site that allows students to both engage in self-paced research skills training, and to share the results of this training with others in their class in a media-rich way online.” – Adela Deanova