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  • 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 ...
  • Naidoo, Sulochana (2013-10-30)
    The first offering of Think Again: How to Reason and Argue was taught over twelve weeks, from November 26, 2012 to March 11, 2013, as a massive open online course (MOOC) by Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Chauncey Stillman ...
  • 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 ...
  • Belanger, Yvonne (2013-04-22)
    Introduction to Astronomy (“IntroAstro”) was an eight week massive open online course (MOOC) developed and delivered by Dr. Ronen Plesser on the Coursera platform from mid-November 2012 through mid-February 2013. This ...
  • Belanger, Yvonne (2013-04-12)
    The Duke Digital Initiative (DDI) continued to support innovation in classroom-based learning and instruction as well as programs to enhance co-curricular undergraduate learning. DDI supported four formal programmatic ...
  • Anderson, Seth; Belanger, Yvonne (2013-03-21)
    During the 2011–12 academic year, participating Duke faculty investigated how the use of iPads impacts students’ educational experience.
  • Belanger, Yvonne; Thornton, Jessica (2013-02-05)
    In Fall 2012, after only three months for planning and development, Duke University and Dr. Roger Barr successfully delivered a challenging open online course via Coursera to thousands of students around the world. This ...
  • Center for Instructional Technology (2012-12-05)
    Summary and highlights from faculty projects and Duke initiatives during the 2011-12 academic year
  • Belanger, Yvonne; Anderson, Seth; Novicki, Andrea (2012-10-22)
    Since 2005, the Duke Digital Initiative (DDI) has sponsored experimentation, development and implementation of new and emerging technologies to explore their effective use in support of the university's mission. The goals ...
  • Center for Instructional Technology (2012-10-19)
    Highlights of the Center for Instructional Technoogy for the 2009-2010 academic year.
  • Center for Instructional Technology (2012-10-19)
    Highlights of the Center for Instructional Technoogy for the 2010-2011 academic year.
  • Anderson, Seth; Belanger, Yvonne (2012-09)
    During the 2011–12 academic year, participating Duke faculty investigated how the use of iPads impacts students’ educational experience.
  • Belanger, Yvonne (2011-07)
    The Duke Digital Initiative (DDI) is a multi-year program of experimentation, development and implementation of new and emerging technologies to explore their effective use in support of the university's mission. This ...
  • Belanger, Yvonne (2011-02)
    In Fall 2010, DDI sponsored programs in four main areas: iPads, Poll Everywhere, 3-D Exploration, Waterproof HD Video Camera.
  • Belanger, Yvonne (2010-07)
    Over the last four years, digital video has spread to a broad number of disciplines and academic use cases. In 2009-2010, DDI provided the resources for further innovation with video with an emphasis on creation and ...
  • Belanger, Yvonne (2010-03)
    This report provides a snapshot of the program’s activities and impact in Fall 2009 in order to facilitate planning for the 2010-2011 academic year.
  • Belanger, Yvonne (2009-09)
    The Duke Digital Initiative (DDI) is a multi‐year program of experimentation, development and implementation with new and emerging technologies in support of the university's mission.
  • Belanger, Yvonne (2009-03)
    In 2008-2009, DDI programs are focused on effective uses of digital video and collaboration technologies. These programs offered access to variety of hardware, software and web-based tools targeted at three main themes: ...