Randy Riddle (he/him) consults with faculty in the Social Sciences on pedagogy, learning, assessment, and appropriate technologies for teaching practices. His professional interests include active learning, “flipped” classroom methods, and inclusive classroom strategies. Randy’s current work includes faculty consulting, coordinating faculty development programs and opportunities, and supporting faculty participating in Duke’s online initiatives.
Randy’s other interests outside of work include restoration of vintage recording formats and LGBT and film history research.
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Recent Blog Posts
- Some Thoughts on AI, Plagiarism and Student Assessment
- Encouraging Student Creativity
- Duke Faculty Participate in 2022 Active Learning Institute
- Apply for DLI’s Active Learning Institute 2022
- Sakai Site Importing: Things to Check
Randy has a bachelor of science degree in Public and Applied History from Appalachian State University. Working as a faculty consultant at Duke since 2000, he previously worked for five years as an Academic Computing Specialist with Wake Forest University’s Art, Music, and Theatre Departments.