ViTaL was born in September 2013 as an experimental program of the Duke Digital Initiative to support self-service, peer-supported video production for teaching and learning. At the end of its second academic year, we d like to take a look back at what we ve tried and get your feedback on what would be useful going forward.
By now you should know that there are many ways to create and edit video. Panopto, freely available to the Duke community and already used by many faculty to record lectures in classrooms, is another option available to you. Paul Zizzo, multimedia and user services analyst in the Nicholas School, will help you learn what you need to get started with Panopto when you want to create video lectures outside a classroom. Just as with Screenflow and Camtasia, you can record from a webcam, capture your computer screen, and then edit your results.
The Frontiers 2015 conference brings industry partners together with the innovators and researchers at Duke Engineering. Frontiers is a great way for our industry partners to explore the latest research, development, and tech transfer opportunities at Duke Engineering. In addition to research presentations, this annual conference gives you opportunities to: View research posters and meet students from today's important research areas; Hear a keynote address by former Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers; Attend the one-day Entrepreneurs Boot Camp with Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Thinking about a career that includes Computer Science?Join Google representatives to learn more about how to prepare!WHAT:Laying the Groundwork for your Technical Career1.) Understand the ideal timeline for your technicaldevelopment2.) Familiarize yourself with / explore new resources3.) Know when to reach out/apply4.) Technical Interview PreparationWHEN: Monday, April 1st 6:00pmWHERE: LSRC Room D106
Join us for the fifth annual TEDxDuke conference. We have an exciting lineup of nine speakers addressing the theme of Building Energy . This year's speakers range from current Duke students, faculty, alumni, to local community members. We invite you all to join us to explore the types of energy that drive us - social energy, community energy, physical energy, and motivational energy!
Everything you wanted to know about harnessing the power of the crowd to fund and solve the world s grand challenges in conservation & development.This discussion will be moderated by Alex Dehgan, a Rubenstein Fellow at Duke, and the former Chief Scientist at the US Agency for International Development. This discussion is open to all students, faculty, and staff.
Crowd funding is democratizing how we may raise money for new ventures and social enterprises and provides a market test that can unlock additional investment. This is a chance to learn everything you wanted to know about crowd funding: How to run a campaign,crowd funding rules, and the secret of being successful with Evan Cohen of Indiegogo.This workshop is open to all students, faculty and staff and will be held in the Leaman Classroom at the Fuqua School of Business.
Through the economic and structural reconfiguration made possible by the Internet, the potential for new modes of publishing scholarship have emerged. However, there has also been much alarm in the humanities disciplines, in particular, at the proposed changes to economic models that could underwrite transitions to new models of publishing, such as open access. In this talk, Dr.
The Duke Brazil Initiative and Global Brazil Humanities Lab of the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute are pleased to announce the program for the first annual Global Brazil Conference to be held from March 26-28, 2015. Global Brazil is an opportunity for humanists, social scientists, and scientists to create a network open to members of the local community, undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty who are interested in Brazil. For a complete listing of events, including discussions and performances, please visit the Global Brazil Humanities Lab website.
Join SEAD for an exciting and inspiring dialogue at the 2015 Duke Symposium on Scaling Innovations in Global Health on Friday, March 20th, from 3:00-5:45pm at the Fuqua School of Business. The Symposium will highlight important lessons and insights from 25 remarkable global health social entrepreneurs who are transforming health care in India, East Africa, and beyond. From technology to health services, these entrepreneurs will inspire us through a keynote presentation, panel discussions, and a structured networking session, reflecting upon their work.