Dante’s iPad

A guest post by Kenneth Rogerson, Lecturer in Public Policy and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Sanford School of Public Policy .  In Spring 2011, Rogerson worked in collaboration with Denise Comer, Thompson …

iPads in Medical Education and Clinical Care

Guest post by Bradford Perez, MD, Duke School of Medicine
The goal of our project was to improve the quality of medical education and clinical care by harnessing new technologies we thought would help with information gathering and clinical decision-making. We distributed iPads to members of two teams in internal medicine and asked them to complete weekly surveys about the experience for eight weeks.

iPads in Music 49S

Brenda S. Scott, Adjunct Assistant Professor and Curator of the Duke University Musical Instrument Collection, Department of Music Project Description: During the Spring 2011 semester, Professor Brenda Scott used iPads …

EReading Pilot Project

Denise Comer; Assistant Professor of the Practice in Writing and Director, First Year Writing Program; Thompson Writing Program
Project description:
During Fall 2010, Denise Comer, Thompson Writing Program, will be working in collaboration with Kenneth Rogerson, Lecturer in Public Policy and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Sanford School of Public Policy; and Rebecca Vidra, Mellon Lecturing Fellow, Thompson […]

The iPad in Music Education

During the Fall semester of 2010, Brenda Neece-Scott, Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Music, will be exploring how the iPad can be used by musicians and faculty teaching music. Joining her in the exploration will be H. Wayne Lail, Voice Lecturer in the Department of Music, and Duke’s music librarian, Laura Williams.