Duke's Center for Instructional Technology recently posted a Cisco-produced video that included short interviews with several Duke administrators, faculty and students discussing how learning is changing at Duke.
In the video, Vice President for Information Technology Tracy Futhey said, "Increasingly, what we are finding are courses that are experimenting in the way the information is delivered outside of class and then a change in dynamic of what's occurring in the classroom."
In your experience, has this been the case? How have things changed at Duke? Watch the video and let us know.