Learning Innovation hosted an annual teaching event for new faculty titled “What I Wish I Had Known About Teaching (at Duke).” A panel of award-winning faculty discussed teaching pedagogy and approaches ranging from inclusive teaching, …

“How can we encourage students to notice themselves, their thoughts, their colleagues, and the here and now?” This is the question central to the new mindful pedagogy book club.

Learning Innovation invites instructors new to teaching at Duke to hear from a panel of award-winning faculty as they share their teaching insights and lessons learned from their years of teaching. Registration is now open …

Attend a Q&A Session! Nov. 8, 12:00-1:00pm –Register now to learn more! Are you a Duke graduate student interested in the growing area of digital education, learning design, and digital pedagogy? Apply now for the …

Learning Innovation welcomes Evan Donahue, a PhD candidate in Computational Media, Arts & Cultures as the 2019 – 2020 Coursera Fellow. This fellowship places a PhD student with Coursera’s Teaching & Learning team, providing the …

Learning Innovation is excited to welcome the 2019 – 2020 Bass Digital Education Fellows, a cohort of Duke PhD students who take part in a year-long, fully-funded fellowship offered in partnership with the Graduate School. …

Matthew Rascoff is associate vice provost for digital education and innovation at Duke University and head of Duke Learning Innovation. Rascoff recently sat down with Jeffrey Young of The EdSurge Podcast to discuss campus innovation, …

Guest post by Haley Blank and Malorie Lipstein, Duke undergraduate research assistants with the BRITE Lab One of the greatest obstacles facing college students is finding a balance between their busy academic and social schedules …

Apply for the Bass Digital Education Fellowship! The Fellowship is offered through a partnership with Duke Learning Innovation and the Duke Graduate School. Attend an information session Oct. 10 Attend an information session October 10, …

The Innovation Co-Lab at Duke, in partnership with experts across campus, have launched a new series of short talks to explore the human impact of technology. Over the next month, the Co-Lab will host three talks at …