CIT Annual Report 2001 - 02
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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 initiatives are now coming to fruition as a growing number of faculty complete projects begun in earlier years, expand on their successful uses of technology in courses and become more comfortable experimenting with new tools. Our overall mission remains the same: to help faculty find innovative ways to use technology to meet their educational goals. To achieve our mission, we consult with faculty on instructional technology projects, support selected instructional technology systems, offer training and educational events, help locate funding for instructional technology initiatives and work with faculty to assess the impact of using new technologies in teaching.
CitationLynne O’ Brien (2002). CIT Annual Report 2001 - 02. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/8962.
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