CIT SHOWCASE 2014: Sessions & Schedule 8:30 – 9:00 AM BREAKFAST President’s gallery lobby Breakfast and Networking 9:00 – 9:40 AM SESSIONS President’s I Online Social Media for Teaching and Learning President’s II How I Flipped My Class President’s III Green Devil in the Classroom President’s IV Web-based Course Evaluations: A Demonstration of Agility and Sustainability 9:40 – 10:00 AM BREAK President’s gallery lobby Break and networking 10:00 – 10:45 AM SESSIONS President’s I Big Data, Small World: Parsing MOOC Datasets President’s II See You / See Me: An Interactive Real-Time Online Course President’s III Bass Online Apprenticeships: Preparing Ph.D. Students for Online Teaching President’s IV Teaching Languages with Technology 10:45 – 11:00 AM BREAK President’s gallery lobby Break and networking 11:00 – 11:45 AM SESSIONS President’s I Blended Learning in China President’s II Coursera’s Introductory Human Physiology Course: Analysis of Factors that Correlate with Successful Completion of a MOOC President’s III Scholarship is a Chain, not a Loop: Teaching Digital Research Management President’s IV Using a Virtual Teaching Library to Bridge Classrooms to Clinical Settings 11:45 AM – 12:00 PM BREAK President’s gallery lobby Break and networking 12:00 – 12:30 PM SESSIONS President’s I Ask the Students: A Panel Discussion President’s II Reimagining Teaching and Learning in a Digital Age President’s III Online Spaces for Collaborative Work President’s IV Teaching with Duke’s Lightboard: Using DDI Technology 12:30 – 12:45 PM BREAK President’s gallery lobby Pick up your lunch 12:45 – 1:15 PM LUNCH President’s Ballroom Lunch and networking 1:15 – 2:30 PM KEYNOTE SESSION President’s Ballroom Michael Feldstein cit.duke.edu/showcase2014/schedule tag your tweets with #cit2014 CIT Showcase 2014: Information Tables Academic and Media Technologies Academic and Media Technologies implements and enhances university-wide programs that support the effective use of technology in learning, instruction, collaboration, and co-curricular student life. Stop by our table to learn about [email protected] Duke (WordPress), WebEx (for desktop video conferencing), OIT Training, DukeCapture (for recording classes), Site Licensing, Multimedia Project Studio, Innovation Co-Lab and more… Data and Visualization Services Data and Visualization Services provides consulting and instruction that support data-driven research and courses at Duke. Our team of consultants and interns offers support in data sources, data management, data visualization, digital mapping, and statistical software. Our lab includes 12 workstations with the latest data software and three Bloomberg Professional workstations and is open nearly 24/7 for the Duke community. Duke Box / IT Security Duke’s Box service is a cloud-based file storage environment that allows people to store and share files to support teaching, learning, research, and collaboration. All current Duke student, faculty, and staff have a Box account with 50 GB of space that is accessible from any device with an Internet connection. Using Box, you can share links with students and colleagues (both Duke and non-Duke) and exchange documents without attaching them to email messages, create a Box account for your course that automatically adds your students to the course site, add collaborators to a project folder and grant them a variety of access levels, and exchange sensitive information without compromising security. October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month! The IT Security Office supports staff, faculty and students within campus departments to help manage risk and support secure, sustainable information technology services to meet the needs of the University. We work to protect confidentiality, integrity and availability of university data, promote a safe and secure information technology operational environment, coordinate and communicate security related information to the University community, and identify and provide guidance on risk management, business continuity planning and compliance. Duke Digital Initiative (DDI) The Duke Digital Initiative (DDI) explores new and emerging technologies and how they might be applied to teaching and learning. Try out a desktop version of a lightboard (like a see-through blackboard for creating videos), explore virtual reality with an Oculus Rift, try using a 3D pen called the 3Doodler, find out about the Videos in Teaching & Learning (ViTaL) program, and talk to us about the DDI call for proposals. Sakai / Center for Instructional Technology Sakai is a flexible, open-source collaboration and learning environment that provides Duke faculty and instructors with tools to support teaching and learning activities. Sharing digital course content, delivering online test and quizzes, and promoting class discussion via discussion forums are just a few ways in which Sakai can enhance your course. Come by the Sakai table to learn more! [email protected] / Elements / Open Access Repository [email protected] allows Duke faculty, researchers, and staff to highlight areas of expertise, academic credentials, and to display information about scholarly output such as research papers, publications, teaching responsibilities, grants and potentially much more. This enables easier collaboration amongst peers and the sharing of ideas and scholarly outputs that can greatly enhance teaching and learning. The Elements System is the new publications management tool for Duke and feeds publications data to [email protected] Elements also more effectively enables Duke faculty and researchers to upload full text versions of their publications to the Open Access Repository, which allows faculty to share their publications with a broader audience for free. Elements also provides guidance to faculty as to which publications are eligible to be uploaded to the Open Access Repository.
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