Nearly three years ago we launched Coursera for Duke, a new model for online learning for the Duke community. Rather than limiting online learning to the confines of the curriculum and calendar, we reimagined it …

What is changing with Coursera for Campus? Coursera for Campus was originally designed to share Duke-created open courses with the Duke community. The Full Coursera Catalog Access pilot enhances Coursera for Campus with a rich …

By Blythe Tyrone, Communications Strategist, and Amy Kenyon, Associate Director of Teaching Innovation Feedback from students about how faculty and Duke supported their learning during emergency remote teaching in Spring and Summer 1 is critical …

The Computational Methods modules (Sakai site shown here) help students get up to speed on programming skills needed for their engineering coursework. This is a guest blog post by Jonathan Holt, a PhD student in …

What is Zoom fatigue? Over the last few months, there have been multiple articles written about Zoom fatigue in mainstream publications. The endless hours spent online in front of students, colleagues, friends, and family can …

Any course this fall may have elements of in-person and online instruction. Students in a hybrid course may not be able to attend online synchronous sessions because they are in a different time zone or …

Take a lot of the guesswork out of having a well-organized, learner-centered Sakai site by using one of the new course templates. Whether you need a simple, streamlined site for basic course management or a …

Greg Hopper is an Adjunct Professor in the Master of Engineering Management Program in the Pratt School of Engineering, where he teaches EGRMGNT 542, “Competitive Strategies in Technology-based Industries.” Here, he shares his thoughts on …

On March 10, it was announced that all on-campus activities at Duke University were canceled for the remainder of the spring semester, and that all courses were to transition to emergency remote instruction by March …

The Learning Innovation team has been working remotely since March 13 to comply with the COVID-19 social distancing response, and – like many of you – we are not sure exactly when we will be …