The Duke Teaching Support Network (TSN) is a community of practice formed in Fall 2019 with representatives from campus units that provide teaching development resources and services to Duke instructors.
The TSN works to enhance teaching and learning at Duke by promoting reflection and experimentation in educational practice. The TSN works to build a strong network of collaborators across Duke who support teaching development, and to make the various resources and services for support of teaching at Duke more visible and accessible to all instructors.
Visit sites.duke.edu/dtsn to learn more and access a web directory of the teaching development services and resources provided by all member units, such as funding opportunities, professional development, consultation and more.
Units which participate in the TSN as of May 2021:
- Academic Resource Center
- Bass Connections
- Duke Faculty Advancement
- Duke Learning Innovation
- Duke University Libraries
- Language, Arts and Media Program
- Office of Assessment (Trinity College)
- Office of Civic Engagement
- Duke Service-Learning
- The Graduate School
- Thompson Writing Program
If your unit at Duke provides teaching support resources and services and you’d like to join the TSN, please contact us.