In the Classroom

d-MEMP students begin with the first of three residencies, where they integrate with campus students, meet the program’s faculty, and learn about Duke’s distance learning infrastructure. This includes the tools and technologies they will use to either participate in a live course or view a recorded course at any time. View examples below.

d-MEMP students take the same courses as their campus counterparts, many of which require that students work on teams of 4 to 6 students. Teams are made of up both distance and campus students, and d-MEMP students use a variety of tools and technologies to support group assignments and projects. Faculty determine the collaboration technologies and tools to be used for each class, and students leverage teleconferencing, email, and other existing approaches to work with others.

Visit Duke's Office of Information Technology (OIT) website to view more information on viewing course content.

Below are examples of the ways d-MEMP students can participate in class.

 

Below are illustrations of the way d-MEMP students can view classes.