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TechBasics: Video Conferencing

Video conferencing offers some exciting possibilities for instructors who want to connect their classroom with the world beyond Duke’s campus. Perhaps you’d like to invite outside researchers or guests to speak to your students. Or you’d like to teach your own course from a conference hotel room. Video conferencing can help you go both. If you plan to use a video conferencing software, here are some best practices to consider.

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Teaching Tools You Should Know

Duke provides a wealth of teaching tools and resources to support you and your classes. Below is a sampling – if you’re wondering if another tool exists, would like to …

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Take the Pulse of Student Learning

After evaluating two semesters of Infectious Disease Epidemiology in Global Settings with initial and enhanced course re/design, we have learned a great deal from our experience and student feedback. I …

New Features in Warpwire 1.7 Release

The latest version of Warpwire (Duke’s streaming media too), released on December 30, has two important new features that allow users to organize content in libraries more effectively: tagging and sorting. Other new features are batch editing and a drop box mode for private file transfer. Workshops are being offered by CIT on Jan. 8 and 19.