The Bass Digital Education Fellowship is a year-long fellowship to provide Duke Ph.D. students professional development opportunities in the growing area of digital teaching and learning, offered through a partnership of Duke Learning Innovation and The Graduate School. The fellowship offers students an opportunity to collaborate on leading-edge projects in partnership with Duke faculty and under the guidance of Learning Innovation, where we support faculty to advance teaching innovation, to explore new digital technologies for learning, and to develop new online education models and programs. Fellows who complete the program will also partially fulfill the requirements for the Certificate in College Teaching.
At this information session, join Learning Innovation to hear how we’re preparing the next generation of academic innovators! Learn more about the Bass Digital Education Fellowship Program for Duke PhD students and meet the inaugural cohort of 2019-2020 digital education fellows. Read more on the Learning Innovation blog.
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- Professional Development
- Professional Adaptability
- Teaching and Mentoring