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OIT Training Learn IT @ Lunch - Link Equipment Road Show

Did you know that the Link (in Perkins Library) offer a wide range of equipment such as webcams, high-definition video cameras & tripods available for check out. The equipment is available to all students, faculty and staff! Come to this session to learn more about what equipment is available. There will be time built into the session to play around with the equipment & ask questions. http://link.duke.edu Learn IT @ Lunch is designed to be an opportunity to learn about technology in a relaxed lunch environment.

OIT Training Learn IT @ Lunch - Technology While Traveling

Whether you're traveling across the country or internationally, it's important to prepare your electronic devices like computers, phones and tablets to make sure you can stay connected, secure and productive while on the road. This session will help you learn more about connecting to the Internet, making use of cell networks abroad, and keeping your devices and data backed-up, accessible, and safe. Learn IT @ Lunch is designed to be an opportunity to learn about technology in a relaxed lunch environment. Each session includes a presentation followed by Q & A.

OIT Training Learn IT @ Lunch - 7 Habits of Highly Productive People at Duke

We use technology everyday at Duke. You already have access to many online applications (like Sympa, Box, O365 & other 3rd party tools), but are you taking full advantage of them in your day to day world? Come to this session to learn tips, time saving tricks and solutions to everyday problems - including how to best share data & keep your to do's and projects organized. You can't afford to miss this session! relaxed lunch environment. Each session includes a presentation followed by Q & A. No pre-registration is required.

OIT Training Learn IT @ Lunch - Identity theft: Reduce your risk, protect yourself

Have you received a notice that your personal information was exposed in a data breach? More than 12 million Americans were victims of $16 billion worth of fraud in 2014, including some in the Duke community. Learn what you can do to keep your personal information secure - and steps to take if your identity is stolen. Learn IT @ Lunch is designed to be an opportunity to learn about technology in a relaxed lunch environment. Each session includes a presentation followed by Q & A. No pre-registration is required. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis.

OIT Training Learn IT @ Lunch - Design Cool Digital Signs & Promote Campus-wide through DukeFlyer

DukeFlyer is a publishing system that allows anyone with a Duke NetID to submit flyers to digital signs throughout campus. Come to this session to learn about this new system as well as graphic design tips & tricks to take your signs from good to fantastic! For more information about DukeFlyer and to get started visit: https://flyer.duke.edu. Learn IT @ Lunch is designed to be an opportunity to learn about technology in a relaxed lunch environment. Each session includes a presentation followed by Q & A. No pre-registration is required.

St Jude Medical Info Session

St Jude Medical will be on campus for an info session Monday 11/30/2015. Program director Don Martin along with Ayanna Miller and other Pratt alum will present information about St Jude Medical's full time Field Intern position and answer questions you have about the company and program. This is a great opportunity for students considering St Jude Medical for future opportunity to network and meet the campus team.Here are the details:Date: Monday November 30, 2015Time: 6pm - 8pmLocation: 203 Teer

Scholars@Duke December User Group Meeting

Open to all Duke Faculty, staff, and others interesting in learning more about Scholars@Duke (scholars.duke.edu).Meetings are held in the Erwin Mill Square Building at 2024 West Main Street (next to Harris Teeter and behind Tijuana Flats Restaurant) in Bay A Room A103.Receive updates on outreach efforts, future plans, and new features that have either been added recently or will be released soon for Scholars@Duke.

Duke Center for Jewish Studies and Holocaust Speakers Bureau present: iOS application launch for Holocaust Speakers Bureau

Join us for a reception as we mark the achievement of our sophomore's Scott Powell and Matthew Kirshner, who have worked in conjunction with the Triangle-local Center for Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights Education of North Carolina (Holocaust Speaker's Bureau) in order to ensure that the poignant, historically important stories of Holocaust survivors remain accessible in the coming years.

The Priest Who Discovered the Big Bang

Did you know that a Catholic priest, Msgr. Georges Lemaitre, developed the Big Bang Theory in 1927? And that Pope Pius XII's enthusiastic response led to some interesting wrinkles? Join us for the fascinating story of this Belgian priest-astrophysicist, his profound insight into cosmic origins, and his dialogue with the Church over the theological interpretation of his discovery.Refreshments will be served!Jonathan I. Lunine is an American planetary scientist and physicist. Lunine teaches at Cornell University, where he is the David C.

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