||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 more people at Duke and get to know them
better, we continue to expand our programs and services to match their needs and interests.
Several things suggest our changes have been good ones. Faculty responded very positively
to the IT Fellows program we introduced last year, and applications to the program
doubled. A growing number of faculty and staff consulted with us or used one of the
CIT’s student workers to assist them as they started an instructional technology project.
CIT staff regularly receive compliments on their expertise and dedication to helping
faculty fi nd the most effective uses of technology for their teaching goals and teaching