Teaching & Classroom Learning

Redistricting and American Democracy

Join scholars, practitioners, and advocates virtually to take stock of the current legal and political landscape, preview the upcoming redistricting process in North Carolina and elsewhere, and discuss the path forward for redistricting reforms. This conference is an opportunity for Duke students, alumni, and other participants to get engaged in the fight for fairer maps in North Carolina and beyond.

From Anthropology to Business: Alternative Pathways Beyond the Academy A Conversation with Mackenzie Cramblitt and Christopher Daley

Cultural Anthropology presents

From Anthropology to Business: Alternative Pathways Beyond the Academy
A Conversation with Mackenzie Cramblitt and Christopher Daley

Monday, September 20, 2021

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Meeting ID: 922 8910 9832

Mackenzie Cramblit is a management consultant with a focus on organizational culture and change topics. She received her PhD in Cultural Anthropology from Duke University in 2018

Weekly Office Hours: LabArchives Electronic Lab Notebook

Do you want to learn more about LabArchives electronic lab notebook? Join the LabArchives Office Hours hosted by ASIST every Wednesday, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm.

Whether you've never signed in to the notebook or just have a quick question about it, you are most welcome to stop by.

Simply fill out this quick Qualtrics survey to receive the Zoom link: http://duke.is/z8HQDx

Creating Hypothesis-enabled readings in Sakai

Want to make your readings more active, visible, and social? Participate in this short workshop to learn how to add Hypothesis as an external tool to assignments and module items in Sakai. Once added, Hypothesis enables students and teachers to add comments and start conversations right on top of course readings.

Note: This workshop is run by the Hypothes.is team.

For more information and to register, click the "More Event Information" button below.

Twine: A workshop on how to put the “interactive” in Interactive Fiction and text-based games

In this hands-on workshop you'll discover how easy it is to learn the basics of coding with Twine, and you'll create your own Twine adventure.
Dr. Randall Sadler is an Associate Professor of Linguistics, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and Director of the Illinois English as a Second Language (ESL) and Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Programs. He teaches courses on telecollaboration and language learning, virtual worlds and language learning and the teaching of L2 reading and writing.
Sponsored by Duke Game Lab and Duke Language Central

Ludic Language Pedagogy: What, How and Why to Teach with Games

This workshop will ask you to consider your underlying assumptions regarding the value of games as a teaching tool. We will cover: what games exist, their affordances for language teaching, why you should consider teaching with them.
James York is an Assistant Professor at Tokyo Denki University, Japan, and is co-editor of LUD.
Sponsored by Duke Game Lab and Duke Language Central.

SRH Research Symposium

The Working Group for Sexual and Reproductive Health is hosting a research symposium to highlight the important work being done in the Triangle area and connect students to potential opportunities for engagement. The SRH Research Symposium will take place via Zoom on Friday, March 19th from 10:00 to 11:15 a.m. EST. Twelve speakers will be grouped by theme in breakout rooms, where they will give 15-minute informal presentations on current or recent research.

Panel - (In)visible Organ Documentary Discussion

Join us on Thursday January 28th to discuss issues raised in The (In)visible Organ film and how interdisciplinary approaches can create new avenues for technology and healthcare with Dr. Nimmi Ramanujam, Dr. Wesley Hogan, Dr. Mercy Asiedu, and invited guests from the Calla campaign.

RSVP at: https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8qB3ix7pp94KUM5

You will receive an email with the Zoom link the day prior.

Engaging with China's Higher Education Reforms and Opening Up

This talk will provide a detailed overview of China's overall higher education system and provide an analysis of on-going PRC initiatives to enhance the quality and performance of domestic universities, including the role of joint venture universities. It will examine the growing tensions between the stated desire for greater opening up and international cooperation in the education sphere with the desire for Chinese universities to fully embrace the ideas of Xi Jinping and deepen the role of the Party in university affairs.