In May, Duke Learning Innovation’s Research and Development team had the opportunity to attend the Empirical Educator Project (EEP) 2019 Summit at Carnegie Mellon University.  Led by Michael Feinstein, the EEP seeks to transform learning …

Are you using more than one app to teach your course?  Maybe even three apps or more such as WordPress, Box, and Warpwire? This fall, a new learning platform, Kits, will be available to all …

Students often find peer evaluations to be a valuable way to get feedback on early drafts of papers and presentations. However, the process of actually collecting and distributing peer feedback can be challenging for instructors. …

Professor Zach Fredman, PhD used a role-playing game, “Reacting to the Past” to model the 1945 Yalta Conference. Students in the class found it an exciting and mind-opening way to learn international history.

Duke Learning Innovation recently welcomed 19 faculty to the Course Design Institute (CDI), a three-day program consisting of interactive seminars, discussions, and presentations, where faculty learned and applied a best-practice approach to designing dynamic, learning-focused …

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 …

In May, Learning Innovation held the kick-off week for our 2019 Active Learning Fellows. We welcomed our largest group of faculty members for the Active Learning Fellows so far—14 faculty from a wide range of departments—who …

Duke Learning Innovation recently partnered with the Duke Department of Population Health Sciences to offer a year-long fellowship for departmental faculty teaching in the Master’s Program. A Learning Innovation consulting team, with expertise in course …

A new version of Sakai is coming to Duke. We’ll be performing an upgrade between midnight and 6:00 am on May 11. All courses and data will be available again after that time. Read on …

Enrollments Steadily Decline After Launch Key Observation Nearly all courses see a drop in weekly enrollment of at least half within three years of their launch. Half of the courses reach that decline in just …