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 …

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 …

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 …

Learning Innovation is conducting a pilot of ThingLink and we welcome you to participate.

This year, Duke Learning Innovation teaching consultants are working closely with our 2019 Active Learning Fellows, a group of 14 faculty from various disciplines around the university. In May, the group completed a kick-off week …

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 …

Dates: May 2019 – December 2019 Deadline for Applications: Friday, March 8, 2019 Applicants notified: Monday, March 18, 2019 Applications for this program are currently closed. Applications are now being accepted for Duke Learning Innovation’s Active …

Guest post by Seth S. LeJacq, Lecturing Fellow of Duke’s Thompson Writing Program.  In Spring 2018, LeJacq received funding from Duke Learning Innovation for a student-curated exhibit in Perkins Library, produced in cooperation with the …

I teach an advanced level course in photochemistry, primarily designed for students whose research involves physical chemistry. The concepts are abstract and difficult, despite the importance for understanding the many light-related phenomena in modern chemistry research and in technologies that impact society.

Duke Learning Innovation recently welcomed a group of faculty to the Course Design Institute (CDI), a 3-day program consisting of interactive seminars, discussions, and presentations, where faculty learned and applied a best-practice approach to designing …