Duke begins moving from Blackboard to Sakai

Duke has chosen Sakai, an open-source collaboration and learning environment, as the successor to Blackboard for course and organizational site management. Between August 2009 and October 2010, Duke’s eLearning Roadmap …

Duke conducting Sakai pilot

Recently, you may have seen an article about Duke’s pilot project with Sakai hosted at UNC-CH.  Sakai is expected to replace Blackboard as Duke’s centrally managed learning management system over the next several years.  Duke’s Sakai Pilot website will be updated as the pilot progresses.  You are invited to leave feedback and comments using a link […]

Online undergraduate course: Issues and innovation in American classrooms

Kristen Stephens, Associate Professor of the Practice, Program in Education

Project Description

Kristen Stephens’s Education 168 course for Summer 2010 was planned specifically as an online course from the start (one of the first online undergraduate courses offered in the summer at Duke), one of only two undergraduate courses at Duke offered in this mode. The course […]