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What happens when you introduce virtual reality (VR) into schools? Mike McArdle, co-founder of The Virtual Reality Learning Experience (http://www.thevrle.com/), will describe VRLE's experiences over the last year and a half as they have taken VR into local schools to help students understand the scale of outer space. As part of the process, VRLE has developed a better understanding of how kids, teachers, and administrators react to VR and what other kinds of content might be useful.
Bill New is the cofounder of Nellcor, which first developed and marketed pulse oximetry systems -- that thing a nurse puts on your finger to determine your blood oxygen levels. He holds a PhD in electrical and computer engineering from Stanford and earned his MD and was the chief resident in anesthesiology at Duke Medicine. His talk will focus on the challenges he faced when starting Nellcor and a subsequent business venture, Natus, that developed a device that determines if a baby barely 24 hours old can hear.
Curious about the types of problems engineers are solving atGoogle? Join us and three Google Duke alumni to hear about the coolprojects they ve been working on! As always, we ll have plenty ofswag and food, so be sure to RSVP!https://goo.gl/WQ3nBl
Interested in a AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowship? Join AAAS for an information session! Learn how you can contribute to public service and develop valuable career-enhancing skills. Please RSVP with the event link below.
This workshop will provide an overview of user experience design. Increasing your understanding of this ever-growing field is essential to working with any digital product, regardless of your role with the technology. Come to gain a broad understanding of the field and learn practical tips on how to create a successful user experience. Topics covered will include usability principles, UX research, information architecture, content strategy, and an introduction to different ways to get involved with the field.
So you have an idea? How will you make it? The way in which we develop and manufacture physical products is changing at an exponential rate. Digital manufacturing and new technologies like 3D printing are no longer the tools of deep-pocketed industrialists. These methodologies are quickly replacing massive machines while at the same time enabling concepts like ultra-rapid prototyping, distributed manufacturing, slim production and personalized, custom products. The systems are at a point where they are economically available to nearly everyone.
In the last 3 decades, teachers have moved from the 4 walls of the classroom to the infinite possibilities of the Internet. With ten plus years of online video in the making, training resources using rich media reside everywhere - YouTube, Vimeo, Open Education Resources, lecture-capture inside an LMS, and 3rd party rich media libraries. These resources are becoming fully integrated in the learning space and a matter of choice for the student. As well as this rapid adoption of this technology, witness what we have learned about how online video changes and enhances the way we learn.
Greetings Duke students,Please join several Duke alumni on the GE Aviation and GE Healthcare recruiting teams Monday, September 14th starting at 5:00 in Schiciano A to learn more about General Electric company and the various employment opportunities available to Duke students. We are looking for highly qualified candidates from Engineering and Computer Science for various summer internship and full time positions. All classes, including Freshmen are encouraged to attend.