With so many articles about Higher Ed IT across the web, it can be easy to miss something important. Here we have collected articles from some of the best Higher Ed IT blogs for you in one aggregate feed. We are constantly updating this list from some of our favorite sources.
Learning Innovation and Lifetime Education is excited to welcome the Bass Digital Education Fellows, a cohort of Duke PhD students who are participating in a co-curricular experience with our team, offered in partnership with the Duke Graduate School. Through the Bass Digital Education Fellowship Program graduate students collaborate on digital projects in partnership with Duke faculty and under the guidance of a Learning Innovation and Lifetime Education project advisor. These
Check out the March training courses available at no cost to all MSU students, faculty, and staff. Visit SpartansLearn for more information and to register. Featured Course of the Month Microsoft Teams – SharePoint Site March 25, 1:30 p.m. Instructor –Todd Ring Embark on your journey of digital collaboration and dive into Microsoft Teams SharePoint Site. Unlocking a world where document libraries, site pages, and lists seamlessly converge to redefine
For years I’ve written articles, interviews, chapters, and books using a combination of software tools. Now I’m looking for something more advanced. Currently my main writing application is Microsoft Word, as it is for many people. I also use Google Docs for short writing (chapter/article length), for collaboration, and for other sharing purposes. Over the past few years I’ve taken to drafting almost everything in Google Docs, as I habitually
In early October, LILE hosted the inaugural Emerging Pedagogies Summit for Duke faculty and staff invested in teaching and learning. The Summit’s goal was to promote ongoing conversations about the future of education in hopes of shaping a future vision of pedagogy. In this blog series, we will revisit each session to reflect on the lessons shared by the presenters and envision how these emerging pedagogies may take root at Duke. Conventional
Date and time Wednesday, March 20 · 2 – 3pm GMT Location Online What is the UAL AI Network? We are a new Network aiming to share practice and bring together teaching, research and staff development communities to support the co-creation and critical evaluation of AI tools and practices across UAL. What will the UAL AI Network do? We will facilitate discussion and instigate new collaborative teaching, learning and
Photo by Mick Haupt on Unsplash Over the past year or so, a narrative that AI will inevitably transform education has become widespread. You can find it in the pronouncements of investors, tech industry figures, educational entrepreneurs, and academic thought leaders. If you are looking for arguments in favour of AI in education, you can find them in dedicated journals, special issues, handbooks and conferences, in policy texts and guidance,
Aria Chernik, J.D., Ph.D. After a national search, Aria Chernik, J.D., Ph.D., has been named Duke University’s inaugural Assistant Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Applied Research, reporting to the Vice Provost for Learning Innovation and Digital Education. She will start May 1. A faculty member at Duke University since 2008, Chernik is an Associate Professor of the Practice at the Social Science Research Institute. Her work focuses on
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I heard education and universities described as a ‘system of systems’ today, and this brought together many different strands of thought and experience from my 17-year experience in higher education. It made sense, and I feel I have a better understanding. Certainly, it’s better than it was before. This phrase was spoken by Professor George Siemens in a recording of ‘10 minute chats on Generative AI’ at Monash University.
I recently attended one of the community meetings discussing whether or not a national open education policy is needed in the US. There were two other meetings I did not attend, so I can’t speak to them. But here are my quick takeaways from the meeting I did attend: There will likely be an effort to create a national open education policy. There were very few expressions of doubt
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