For more information about preparing for Fall 2020, Duke Learning Innovation has developed a new resource, Flexible Teaching, which features a series of guides for course design, delivery, and materials. Please refer to flexteaching.li.duke.edu as you prepare for your fall course(s).
For all other inquiries, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more teaching and learning help
Duke instructors please contact Duke Learning Innovation
Central IT Organizations
- Office of Information Technology (OIT): Network, telecommunications, computing, enterprise applications, and support services
- Duke Health Technology Solutions (DHTS): IT services for the School of Medicine and Duke’s health systems and hospitals
- Please note — the DHTS link is only available within the DHTS network.
School-Level IT Organizations and Responsibility Areas
For technical information or support we encourage you to contact your school’s IT leadership.
- Duke Divinity School Information Technology
- Duke Law School Academic Technologies
- Duke School of Nursing
- Duke School of Medicine: Duke AHEAD’s resources for online learning
- Fuqua School Of Business IT; Fuqua’s COVID-19 Response page
- Medical Education Information Technology (Duke School of Medicine)
- Nicholas School of the Environment Information Technology
- Pratt IT Services (Pratt School of Engineering); COVID-19 Information for the Pratt Community
- Sanford IT (Sanford School of Public Policy)
- Trinity College of Arts & Sciences Office of Technology Services
- Duke Graduate School Coronavirus Response info
- General research & reference: Extended Ask A Librarian chat services (all times are Eastern Standard)
- Intellectual property and privacy concerns: For questions related to student privacy, authors’ rights, the online use of copyrighted or fair use materials, or other legal questions related to online coursework, email email@example.com. You may also schedule a consultation with Duke Libraries’ Copyright & Information Policy Consultant.
- Textbooks and other course materials: To request that the Libraries purchase an eBook or other materials for you, fill out the Title Purchase Request form. For assistance in locating electronic and alternative versions of course materials, contact Duke Libraries:
- firstname.lastname@example.org (general questions, or if you’re unsure whom to ask). To chat with a librarian, submit a question via email, or find your subject specialist, visit our Ask a Librarian page.
- email@example.com (Lilly Library resources and services, including streaming video)
- firstname.lastname@example.org (music formats, such as scores and streaming audio)
- email@example.com (Rubenstein Library resources and services)