Training

OIT Training Learn IT @ Lunch: A Hands-on Guide to Captioning at Duke

Video closed captioning is a key component of Duke's strategy for ensuring that materials our community places on the web are accessible to users with disabilities. OIT's Joel Crawford-Smith and Todd Stabley will discuss how Duke's guidelines around web accessibility are driving efforts to caption video on campus, and talk about practical solutions in use at Duke for captioning video.

OIT Training Learn IT @ Lunch: Tour the TEC - Virtual Reality, 3D printers and more!

The Technology Engagement Center (TEC) is the newest high-tech creative hub on campus. Come to this session to see how Duke advances innovative technology and learning for Duke faculty, staff and students. During this session, you will have the opportunity to interact with Virtual Reality and see 3D printers in action. 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.

3D Scanning at the MPS

Learn about 3D Scanning at the Multimedia Project Studio! We will be running open training and demo sessions on 3D Scanning 11/16 7-9PM and 11/27 4-6PM. 3D Scanning is a great way to digitize physical objects for use in 3D modeling applications. Whether you are developing a holder for an existing tool, or a new device modeled around an existing shape, 3D scanning may be a great way to bring you ideas into reality.

3D Scanning at the MPS

Learn about 3D Scanning at the Multimedia Project Studio! We will be running open training and demo sessions on 3D Scanning 11/16 7-9PM and 11/27 4-6PM. 3D Scanning is a great way to digitize physical objects for use in 3D modeling applications. Whether you are developing a holder for an existing tool, or a new device modeled around an existing shape, 3D scanning may be a great way to bring you ideas into reality.

Securing your website at Duke: Best practices for communicators and developers

Duke websites present a significant risk to the university and can provide an avenue of attack against other Duke systems. To help website owners and developers secure their sites, the IT Security Office (ITSO), Office of Information Technology (OIT) and Office of Marketing and Strategic Communications (OMSC) have developed guidance and options for those managing websites at Duke in the Duke web hosting policy (https://security.duke.edu/policies/web-hosting) and Web Security Standards.

Securing your website at Duke: Best practices for communicators and developers

Duke websites present a significant risk to the university and can provide an avenue of attack against other Duke systems. To help website owners and developers secure their sites, the IT Security Office (ITSO), Office of Information Technology (OIT) and Office of Marketing and Strategic Communications (OMSC) have developed guidance and options for those managing websites at Duke in the Duke web hosting policy (https://security.duke.edu/policies/web-hosting) and Web Security Standards.

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