Every successful photograph depends upon a range of strategies. Good photographers use these intuitively - great photographers use them intentionally! Each weekend session will focus on several of these techniques so you can thoroughly explore each element and benefit from seeing how other participants interpret the same technique. Join Paul for one or all three sessions of this class to review the elements that create powerful images.
Photographs communicate a variety of stories to the viewer. In this class you will learn to reflect upon what you are trying to convey in an image. What would make the story more evocative? How could it speak more loudly? Through assignments and referring back to the twelve elements, learn to create images that tell a strong story and are more than just a picture.
Learn about all the bells and whistles of your new camera while improving your basic photographic skills in this 3-day workshop. Melissa will work with you to decipher all the functions and menus available on your camera and then touch upon compositional skills. Please bring your camera and manual to each session. All digital cameras, from point and shoot to SLRs, are welcome. Class time will be spent indoors covering technique and functions, followed by outdoor field sessions to practice your new skills.
Faculty across Duke have been discovering the unique opportunities offered by incorporating online teaching into their face-to-face classes. In this workshop, we will present three easy ways you can use online technology and approaches readily available at Duke to improve engagement, foster deeper learning, and connect students on campus with the world. The session will include examples from the sciences, humanities, engineering, and more. Attendees will leave with ideas and resources on campus to help them do their first online teaching activity.
A flood of "mega-breaches" - including LinkedIn, MySpace and Dropbox - has led to more than 642 million compromised accounts in recent months, and hackers are targeting Duke users with ransomware and other attacks. Learn about the latest security threats and get tips from Duke's IT Security Office for protecting your personal information. 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.
This session will discuss event registration options at Duke. 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. NOTE: Lunch is not provided. Feel free to bring a brown bag lunch.
In this session, we'll take a look at how to the tools and techniques available to convert your image and video files that may exist in the analog world (photographs, video tapes, etc), to digital formats that are as future proof as possible. We'll review storage strategies to make sure your hard work is safe as well as ways to name and find your images once you've created your digital archive. 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.
LastPass, is a password management service available to all Duke users. Once installed in a browser, LastPass saves all passwords to an easy-to-use "vault". In this session you will learn some convenient features - like autofill, form fill, as well as show to securely share passwords. Come to this session to learn how LastPass can simplify your online life! 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.
Augmented reality (AR) uses devices like headsets (or even phones) to add virtual items to your physical space. Imagine having a triceratops in your classroom that students (wearing headsets) can walk all the way around. Now imagine letting the students choose to remove layers from the triceratops to see the skeleton. Taken a step further, imagine replacing the virtual skeleton with photos of fossils that have helped us understand what that skeleton looked like. If we knew what the triceratops sounded like, we could even add audio!
Information session for Duke Health employees interested in Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Leadership program.