Learning Innovation invites the Duke community to join us for BRITE Ideas, a discussion group to share and develop research on teaching and learning. BRITE Ideas is sponsored by the BRITE Lab at Duke University. All sessions …

Guest blog post by Kateri Salk, Visiting Assistant Professor, Nicholas School of the Environment As part of the Active Learning Fellows program, I learned about a technique called team-based learning and implemented it in my …

The Thompson Writing Program‘s Writing in the Disciplines program has announced their schedule of Spring 2020 workshops for Duke faculty. For more information about the workshops or Writing in the Disciplines, contact Cary Moskovitz.

During the Spring 2020 semester, Learning Innovation is piloting several teaching tools for Duke faculty. Contact us to learn more or to sign up! ThingLink: Augmented Images and Videos ThingLink allows users to tag (standard …

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Virtual Conference: Transforming the Teaching and Learning Environment

Duke Learning Innovation has purchased an institutional registration for the 11th annual virtual conference “Transforming the Teaching and Learning Environment.” This year, the conference is hosted and organized by Northeastern State University (Oklahoma) eCampus from Monday, …

Duke Learning Innovation has purchased an institutional registration for the 11th annual virtual conference “Transforming the Teaching and Learning Environment.” This year, the conference is hosted and organized by Northeastern State University (Oklahoma) eCampus from Monday, …

Learning Innovation invites students to join Duke’s first-ever Global Game Jam! Katya Gorecki, one of our Bass Digital Education Fellows, leads this new initiative as part of her fellowship project. The Global Game Jam is …

Want to find out what during class what your students know and can do instead of waiting until the next exam? Perhaps find out what they know to build your teaching on their existing knowledge? …

The Teaching Collaborative is a new weekly workshop and discussion series at Duke focused on pedagogy topics frequently requested by faculty. The sessions are intended to build a community of practitioners at Duke who learn …

Program dates: May 18 – 20, 2020; Application deadline: Friday, March 6, 2020; Applicants notified: Monday, March 16, 2020. Applications are now open for the Duke Learning Innovation Course Design Institute (CDI). The purpose of …

Dates: May 2020 – December 2020 Deadline for Applications: Friday, March 6, 2020 Applicants notified: Monday, March 16, 2020 Applications are now being accepted for Duke Learning Innovation’s Active Learning Faculty Fellowship, running from Summer …