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Studying Counterterrorism, From ISIS to Airport Security
Oct 02, 2014

Studying Counterterrorism, From ISIS to Airport Security

If you’ve flown through a U.S. airport recently, you may have walked into counterterrorism policy–lit...

DOE Endorses Duke MOOCs for Teacher Professional Development
Nov 19, 2014

DOE Endorses Duke MOOCs for Teacher Professional Development

American public school teachers will have free access to 15 online Duke courses as part of a new federal pr...

Global Health Fundamentals for a Global Audience
Jan 15, 2015

Global Health Fundamentals for a Global Audience

David Boyd, associate professor at the Duke Global Health Institute, has traveled and conducted research in...

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Jan 27, 2015

A Duke Open Course Created With, and For, Africa

In early February, Duke University will launch its first open online course created in collaboration with an African university. The course, “Tropical Parasitology: Protozoans, Worms, Vectors and Human ...

Jan 30, 2015

Open, Online, and On-Demand: Professor Emma Jakoi on Teaching One of Duke’s First Self-Paced MOOCs

Duke University School of Medicine professors Emma Jakoi and Jennifer Carbrey were two of the first faculty at the university to create a massive open online course, launching “Introductory Human Physio...

Feb 18, 2015

Six Months of Online Education at Duke: 2014-2015 Midyear Report

Much has happened in online education at Duke University in the first half of the 2014-2015 academic year: faculty launched seven new open online courses, Duke announced a new Coursera Specialization fo...

Jun 02, 2015

New Online Course Explores the Genius of Dogs

Brian Hare is a professor of evolutionary anthropology at Duke University and founder of the Duke Canine Cognition Center. Brian Hare, professor of evolutionary anthropology at Duke University, has long...

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