The Duke Digital Initiative (DDI) is a multi-year program of experimentation, development and implementation of new and emerging technologies to explore their use in support of the university’s mission.
The goals of DDI are to promote innovative and effective teaching, to use technology in support of curriculum enhancement, to develop our technology infrastructure and to share knowledge about effective instructional technology strategies.
CIT staff have provided project management, consulting, training and technical assistance to faculty participating in DDI programs.
Members of the press are welcome to email Duke’s Office of Information Technology’s News & Information Group.
- DDI summary report for 2011-2012, published October 2012
- DDI summary report for 2010-2011, published July 2011
- DDI midyear report for Fall 2010, published February 2011
- DDI summary report for 2009-2010, published July 2010
- DDI midyear report for Fall 2009, published March 2010
- Spring 2009 Duke Digital Initiative Programs Evaluation, published September 2009
- Fall 2008 Duke Digital Initiative Programs Evaluation, published March 2009
- Tablet PC Program Update, published January 2008
- Report on 2006-2007 Duke Digital Initiative Instructional Programs, published July 2007
- Report on Fall 2006 Duke Digital Initiative Instructional Programs, published March 2007
- Report on 2005-2006 Duke Digital Initiative, published July 2006
- Evaluation of 2004-05 Academic iPod Projects, published June 2005
- University Writing Program iPod Project Report (Executive Summary), published June 2005
- Report to ITAC on iPod project, publishedMarch 2005
For information on current programs, visit our Technologies page.
For information on previous programs, visit our Previous Programs page.
Amy Campbell – Assistant Director and Head, Faculty Services, Center for Instructional Technology
Ed Gomes – Associate Dean, Information Science & Technology, College of Arts & Sciences
Julian Lombardi – Assistant Vice President, Office of Information Technology
Lynne O’Brien – Director, Academic Technology & Instructional Services, Center for Instructional Technology
Steve O’Donnell – Senior Communications Strategist, Office of Information Technology
Stephen Toback – Senior Manager, Interactive Technology Services, Office of Information Technology
Special thanks to the faculty and staff who provided their time and efforts to help shape and develop programs and program materials.
Andrea Novicki, Cara Bonnett, Christine Vucinich, Erin Nettifee, Haiyan Zhou, Hannah Arps, Jorge Rios, Marc Sperber, Michael Faber, Randy Riddle, Shawn Miller, Susan Gerbeth-Jones