Learning Technologies

Learning Innovation helps instructors explore and evaluate innovative ways to use learning technologies for teaching at Duke. Learning technologies connect faculty to software and web tools to promote collaboration, enhance communication, share multimedia, teach online and more. In addition to supporting established learning technologies like Sakai, Learning Innovation also works with faculty and administrators to pilot new tools.

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Sakai

LMS, Assessment, Authoring, Communication

Duke’s flexible, open-source learning management system.

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Kits

Communication, Media, Assessment

Easily set up resources and tools for a Duke course.

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Warpwire

Media

Easily upload, organize, and securely share video from anywhere. Embed media in Sakai and WordPress.

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Gradescope

Assessment

Speed up the grading process and provide more consistent feedback to students.

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Sites@Duke

Authoring, Communication, Assessment

Use Duke’s WordPress platform to create class websites, e-portfolioes, blogs, project/group websites and multimedia curation sites.

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VoiceThread

Media, Communication, Assessment

Create and share dynamic conversations around videos, images, documents, diagrams and more.

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Coursera

LMS, Assessment, Authoring, Communication

Reach millions of individuals around the world through this open online course platform.

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PlayPosit

Media, Assessment

An online learning environment to create and share interactive video lessons.

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PebblePad

Authoring, Assessment

An e-portfolio and e-assessment tool that helps student collect and share evidence of their learning and skills.

Piazza

Assessment, Communication

An online Q&A platform with that fosters discussion and collaboration.

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