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    • Bioelectricity: A Quantitative Approach Duke University’s First MOOC 

      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 Annual Report 

      Lynne O’Brien (2000-07)
      During the last twelve months, the CIT has added staff, created office space and a consulting room, developed new services and expanded existing ones and worked with faculty and administrators from all schools to ...
    • Center for Instructional Technology Annual Report 

      Lynne O’Brien (2001-07)
      The Center for Instructional Technology ended its second full academic year with a daylong program of faculty project presentations, technology demonstrations and guest speakers discussing innovative uses of technology in ...
    • CIT Annual Report 2001 - 02 

      Lynne O’ Brien (2002)
      During its third year of operation, the Center for Instructional Technology expanded its activities and services to reflect growing use of instructional technology by Duke faculty and students. Many of the CIT's previous ...
    • CIT Annual Report 2002-03 

      Lynne O’Brien (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 ...
    • CIT Annual Report 2005-2006 

      Yvonne Belanger (2006-11)
    • CIT Annual Report 2012-2013 

      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 ...
    • CIT Annual Report 2012-2013 Executive Summary 

      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 ...
    • CIT Annual Report 2013-2014 

      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.
    • CIT Annual Update 2008-09 

      Yvonne Belanger (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 with ...
    • CIT Annual Update for 2007-08 

      Yvonne Belanger (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, ...
    • CIT Instructional Technology Showcase 2004 Evaluation Report 

      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 ...
    • CIT Strategic Plan 2014-2016 

      Miller, Shawn (2014-07-24)
      Duke Center for Instructional Technology's Strategic Plan for 2014-2016
    • Duke Digital Initiative 2007 ‐ 2008 

      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 areas, ...
    • Duke Digital Initiative 2008-2009 Summary Report 

      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.
    • Duke Digital Initiative Fall 2008 Summary Report 

      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: ...
    • Duke Digital Initiative Midyear Report for Fall 2009 

      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.
    • Duke Digital Initiative Midyear Report for Fall 2010 

      Belanger, Yvonne (2011-02)
      In Fall 2010, DDI sponsored programs in four main areas: iPads, Poll Everywhere, 3-D Exploration, Waterproof HD Video Camera.
    • Duke Digital Initiative Summary Report 2011-2012 

      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 ...