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  • Lynne O’Brien (Duke Center for Instructional Technology, 2003)
    This year marks the Center for Instructional Technology’s fi fth year at Duke University. During those five years, the CIT staff and I have worked with faculty, staff and students throughout the campus. As we interact with ...
  • Yvonne Belanger (Duke Center for Instructional Technology, 2006-11)
  • Kenyon, Amy (2014-01-30)
    CIT supports the teaching and learning needs of individual faculty, academic departments, programs and schools. To advance Duke’s mission and strategic goals, CIT collaborates with librarians, technologists, administrators ...
  • Kenyon, Amy (2013-09-17)
    CIT staff support the teaching and learning needs of individual faculty, academic departments, programs and schools. To advance Duke’s mission and strategic goals, CIT collaborates with librarians, technologists, administrators ...
  • Miller, Shawn; Kenyon, Amy; Manturuk, Kimberly Rebecca (2014-07-24)
    The Duke Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) contributes to Duke's academic excellence by helping faculty explore and evaluate innovative ways to use technology and pedagogy to meet their teaching goals.
  • Yvonne Belanger (Duke Center for Instructional Technology, 2009)
    The Center for Instructional Technology supports academic excellence at Duke University by promoting innovation in teaching and learning. During the 2008 09 academic year, the CIT helped over 900 instructors experiment ...
  • Yvonne Belanger (Duke Center for Instructional Technology, 2008)
    In 2007-08, the Center for Instructional Technology expanded its outreach to faculty and departments, supported faculty innovation with mobile and web-based instructional technologies, enhanced the capabilities of Blackboard, ...
  • Mangum, Kyle Douglas (2012)
    <p>People live and work in local markets spatially distinct from one another, yet space is absent from most economic models of the national labor market. Workers choose the markets in which they will participate, but there ...
  • Remes, Jacob Aaron Carliner (2010)
    <p>A fire in Salem, Mass., in 1914 and an explosion in Halifax, N.S., in 1917 provide an opportunity to explore working-class institutions and organizations in the United States-Canada borderlands. In a historical moment ...
  • Yvonne Belanger (2004)
    The CIT Instructional Technology Showcase was held on April 22, 2004 in Duke’s Bryan Center. The program included 8 panels and presentations by faculty, staff, and students; a keynote address by nationally known speaker ...
  • Ahmad, Omar (Ted Conferences, 2012)
    Has the red tape of the political process gotten you down? In this step-by-step practical handbook, former mayor Omar Ahmad explains in clear detail what it takes to move a great idea down the sometimes confusing path of ...
  • Cornwell, Myriah Lynne (2011)
    <p>This dissertation research explores participatory sea turtle conservation monitoring through a comparison of two case studies, one in North Carolina (NC), USA and the other in Baja California Sur (BCS), Mexico. Participatory ...
  • Dolgert, Stefan Paul (2010)
    <p>"Citizen Canine" explores the sacrificial underpinnings of politics via a critique of the boundary between human and animal in Homer, Aeschylus, and Plato. I argue that the concept "animal" serves a functional rather ...
  • Jacob, David (2008-08-26)
    The purpose of this Masters Project is to implement an intertidal monitoring program that emphasizes Citizen Science for the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies (CACS). CACS is a small non-profit organization based out of ...
  • Nayar, Menaka (2011-05-04)
    This paper examines the sources of public opinion towards out-groups (including ethnic minorities and immigrants) in the European Union, using Eurobarometer data from the November-December 2006 survey on Social Reality, ...
  • Ley Gutierrez, Sandra Jessica (2014)
    <p>How does violence affect political participation and voting behavior? Why does a violent context push some to be politically active, while others decide to stay at home? Our current understanding of political behavior ...
  • Izzo, Justin (2011)
    <p>This dissertation examines French and Francophone texts, contexts and thematic problems that comprise a genre I call "ethnographic fiction," whose development we can trace throughout the twentieth century in several ...
  • Miller, Shawn (2014-07-24)
    Duke Center for Instructional Technology's Strategic Plan for 2014-2016
  • Unknown author (2013-04-24)
    The world’s cities are on pace to balloon from 3.6 billion inhabitants today to more than 6 billion by mid-century. As a result, we face both a dire emergency and a tremendous opportunity. At their best, our modern cities ...
  • Trame, P. Blair (2014-04-22)
    In 2016, the City of Cincinnati will begin operating its 3.6-mile urban circulator streetcar system. This report analyzes the financial impact to the city and is based on the attached Flow of Funds Statement. Though the ...