This site provides information and resources to help you teach at Duke, whether you are planning a course, looking for new ways to deliver material or evaluating your effectiveness.
Information may be accessed through:
We want to know about your your experience using this site. Is there information you would like to see added to it? Do you have other teaching questions or concerns that could be addressed? We value your feedback and look forward to hearing from you. The Teaching Resources website is a dynamic collection of materials that will evolve through your use and feedback. Click here to give feedback now.
Introduction / Background
This Web site provides a comprehensive gateway to information and resources needed by Duke faculty and academic personnel to support course instruction.
The concept originated during discussions in the ITAC subcommittee for academic technology which focused on the need for a single Web site that would bring together information on teaching resources.
The first phase of the Teaching Resources Web site will function as a prototype for future versions. As a static HTML Web site, its look and feel will be consistent with the Duke.edu site. The site will provide access to all information available on the Teaching Resources page of Duke.edu and additional information identified by the core and extended project teams.
The scope for the second phase II of the Teaching Resources Web site is to be determined. Ideas include school-specific branding, dynamic content, phased implementation of paperless processes and forms, syndicated content, user profiles and automated alerts for upcoming deadlines. Upon completion of the Phase I information architecture, the core team will scope Phase II and initiate discussions with enterprise systems support groups regarding technical requirements. This site will likely be incorporated into a university portal effort.
Extended Project Team
This group provided input and feedback throughout the process and consists of representatives from:
Core Implementation Team
This team developed the site. The process included interviews with 12 faculty members -- from different disciplines -- to better understand course preparation, delivery and available resources. The team consists of representatives from:
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