The Center for Instructional Technology Celebrates A Decade of Progress

cit showcase faculty panelThe Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) and the Duke Libraries have much to celebrate about the Center’s first ten years. Since its founding in January 1999, CIT has increased innovation in University classrooms by providing training and project assistance to over 1000 Duke faculty, responding to thousands of inquiries, awarding over 170 grants and playing a leading role in several major University initiatives.


The Duke Libraries: “A Change Will Do You Good”

student in Perkins stacksThis inextricable tension between change and tradition at Duke has found its most tangible and visible manifestation in the Perkins Project, a phrase that inadequately describes the multi-phase, multi-year expansion and re-envisioning of the Duke University Libraries on West Campus.


Preserving Scholarship in a Digital World

image of ones and zerosConsider: The coolest thing to be done with your data will likely be thought of by someone else.


Collections Highlight: Celebrating and Preserving the Art of Documentary Filmmaking at the Full Frame Archive

frame from filmWhen the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival began in 1998 as the DoubleTake Documentary Film Festival, it changed Durham, North Carolina’s cultural landscape forever. During that first festival, a total of forty-five films were screened in three cinemas at Durham’s historic Carolina Theater.


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