Learning Innovation invited instructors new to teaching at Duke to hear from experienced faculty as they shared their teaching tips, ideas and lessons learned. “What I Wish I Had Known About Teaching (at Duke)” included …

DE SIG @Duke will host a lunch discussion and idea exchange on Oct. 24, 2017 to discuss topics ranging from new online program development to innovations at Duke Law. Join us as we welcome (in …

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 Duke Distance Education Special Interest Group welcomes guest speaker, Leigh Davis Fickling, J.D., M.Ed., M.S., Director, Disability Management System, as she brings an update on accessibility and online learning. Leigh will discuss the status …

The Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) partnered with the Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) to redesign and implement a cross-cultural perspective to N502: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, a graduate online course. The online …

Come and hear what others are doing at Duke in online education! On Feb. 14, 2017 a group of panelists from the Duke School of Medicine, the School of Nursing, and the Fuqua School of …

“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 …

Planning to redesign your online or hybrid course? The Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) recently completed two redesign projects for the Duke School of Nursing: N580: Nurse as Scholar I and N502: Health Promotion and …

“I ask students to post a photograph of themselves and record their commentary over that image (a common practice in digital presentations of oral histories).” Ashley Rose Young, Ph.D. Candidate in History, affiliated with the …