Program Resources:

A Guide for Mentors and Mentees

Software@Duke: Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and Premiere Pro from Adobe Creative Cloud

Apple Final Cut Pro X: an alternative to Premiere Pro

Capture and recording @Duke: Bryan Center Studios

Editing software access @Duke: Multimedia Project Studio at Perkins/Bostock

Multimedia loaner equipment @Duke: The Link

Video+Photo Working Group @Duke

*email Julie Schoonmaker or Shaun King to be added to the email listserv to receive meeting invitations: /

The Duke Brand Guide

The Duke Communicator Toolkit

Duke photography license agreement

Video production guide @Duke

Filming and Photography locations on campus

The Duke Webdam imagery library archive

LinkedIn Learning @Duke

Duke Resources:

Mentoring Resources from Duke

For Mentors (advice from Duke Alumni Office but a lot of info works for this program as well)

For Mentees (advice from Duke Alumni Office but a lot of info works for this program as well)

Other Resources:

How to Build a Great Relationship with a Mentor

Social Distancing Doesn’t Have to Disrupt Mentorship

Mentor and Mentee Questions and Tips

Tips & Tricks:

Get free versions of tools you usually pay for. Includes free versions of:
• Adobe Acrobat Pro (PDF editor)
• Photoshop (image editor)

Temp-mail gives you a temporary email and inbox to help you sign up for websites and avoid all the spam down the line.

A nifty little tool that lets you record your screen and yourself at the same time, so you can explain things just the way you want to.

Otter AI:
Have trouble taking notes in meetings? Otter records your meetings and automatically transcribes them to text.

A website that lets you download high quality stock images for all your work and personal projects.

A tool that lets you easily remove the background from your image and add in any background you like.

This website lets you convert files to any format you want for free.

A resource that helps you find persuasive headlines and slogans for your emails, websites, and much more.