Duke Learning Innovation recently returned from Coursera’s annual Partners’ Conference, held at Arizona State University March 6–8, 2018. At the conference, Coursera announced several bold new initiatives. Below, we summarize the big announcements and what …

Join Duke faculty and students for a collection of lightning talks on teaching, research and pedagogy, followed by open discussion. BRITE Ideas is a BRITE Lab and Duke Learning Innovation collaborative event. Date: Wednesday, April 18, …

Are you interested in learning more about online course design and online teaching, but not sure where to start? Check out these great books and you may find a few to use in your own …

I recently attended the 2018 Evidence-based Teaching and Learning conference, a part of the Lilly conference series on college and university teaching and learning. Each Lilly conference provides an excellent opportunity for faculty to share …

Join your colleagues on February 22 for a panel discussion about students creating public-facing works. (This event is a part of the Duke Libraries Re: Publishing series) Date: Thursday, February 22, 2018 Time: 12:00pm – …

As a Bass Online Apprentice (Bass OA) this fall Ashley Rose Young has the opportunity to design an engaging online course that aligns with her research on American food history. Her project, Cornbread Nation will …

Duke Learning Innovation partnered with the Office of Copyright & Scholarly Communications and the Academy for Health Professions Education and Academic Development (Duke AHEAD) to offer a Q&A session on copyright, open resources, and fair …

In April 2017, the Duke Graduate School, Duke’s Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies, and the Duke Center for Instructional Technology (now Learning Innovation) co-sponsored a workshop on Transgender Inclusion in the Classroom.  The workshop offered a …

“My students know more about technology than I do,” is a common statement made by educators. But is it really true? They may have more apps than their professors on their phones, but it’s not …

In April 2017, the Duke Graduate School, Duke’s Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies, and the Duke Center for Instructional Technology (now Learning Innovation) co-sponsored a workshop on Transgender Inclusion in the Classroom.  The workshop offered …