Enabling Duke faculty and students to put new and emerging technologies to use in support of teaching and learning.
Throughout the year, through the Duke Digital Initiative (DDI), students and faculty can:
- Experiment with iPads, both in classes and through loans from the Link at Perkins Library
- Use cell phones and other mobile devices to vote and share opinions in online polls.
- Expand their use of video using a variety of equipment—including high-definition Flip cameras—available for checkout at the Link.
- Explore academic uses of 3D content creation and display
Our pre-course survey results are in and all indications are that Marine Megafauna students are a diverse group! The first chart below shows the age distribution of students who took the survey. While there is a high concentration of students between ages 18 and 35, over 450 of our students are under 18. Of those, [...]
Marine Megafauna MOOC
A new Duke University MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) titled Marine Megafauna | An Introduction to Marine Science and Conservation has been running since February 3rd, 2014. Dr. Dave Johnston teaches this course offering about sea turtles, whales, dolphins, seals, penguins, sharks, giant squid and other large ocean creatures [...]