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Duke Faculty: Get project examples and much more at CIT's redesigned website

The Center for Instructional Technology at the Duke Libraries has a new website at http://cit.duke.edu

CIT recently redesigned its website to provide easier access to more relevant content for faculty. View content about CIT grants, consulting, and training options, and subscribe to RSS feeds of our events and our instructional technology blog. You can get great ideas for projects of your own in the "Project Examples" section. Learn about educational uses of technology tools and ideas such as Wimba Voice Tools, mashups, and Twitter in the "Tools" area.

The website's "How Can I...." pages provide answers to questions such as "How can I use technology to assign and grade problem sets?" or "How can I use digital images in a course?" or "How can I use online modules and exercises in classes?" Want to see other questions answered there? Let us know!

We are looking for faculty feedback on our website. If you have a few minutes to spend with our web designer giving her some comments about our site, email cit@duke.edu. If you would like to just email us some comments or suggestions, we also welcome those any time. We appreciate your time.

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Posted 1 October 2007

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