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The latest installment of the Duke Research Computing video series, Minute Marvel, is out! Nikki Pelot studies the Vagus Nerve and specifically focuses on computational modeling of peripheral nerve stimulation, including mechanisms of action of kilohertz frequency block.

Wired! Lab’s audio project shares history and meaning of campus statues. Community members and visitors can go on a location-based walking tour of campus using the “Duke Explore” app to see and hear the history of each statue. You can also take a virtual tour.  Read the full story on Duke Today: https://today.duke.edu/2018/07/take-walking-tour-statues.

Duke is Teaming Up With Microsoft in Durham and in The Cloud. Read full Duke Today article here: https://today.duke.edu/2018/07/duke-teaming-microsoft-durham-and-cloud

Duke students, faculty and staff can now get free courses on using Google Cloud Platform (GCP) through the Coursera for Duke online learning program. The courses were created by Google, and teach learners the fundamentals of using Google’s cloud computing suite for big data analytics, machine learning, application development, Cloud Infrastructure and more.  Read the full story here: https://learninginnovation.duke.edu/blog/2018/07/learn-google-cloud-computing-with-free-courses-for-duke-students-and-staff/

Adobe Sign makes it easy to prepare & send documents for signatures.

Session #1 – Adobe Sign: Basic Overview

9:30 – 10:30 a.m.  | Room 217 Perkins Library

Session #2 –  Adobe Sign: Advanced Workshop
(including Automation & Workflow)

11:00 a.m. – noon | Room 217 Perkins Library

For session details & to register:
training.oit.duke.edu/reg

What is real? Is it what we see? Duke is home to four VR locations, the DiVE, Bolt VR, TEC VR and the Multimedia Project Studio! Read the full article here.

Join OIT & friends for an open-house style event featuring table-top demos and practical advice about Duke’s most useful technology services. Participants may drop-in any time between 11-2 for food, demos, and prizes. A light lunch and Locopops will be served.

Drop-in for 30 minute workshops – no registration required:

11:00 – 11:30 a.m. – LastPass – Password Management made easy

11:30 a.m. – noon  WebEx and all it can do

noon – 12:30 p.m. – Multi-factor Authentication like a Pro

12:30 – 1:00 p.m. – Free Resources for online learning

1:00 – 1:30 p.m. –  How to use 360° photos

1:30 – 2:00 p.m. – Duke Box Tricks & Tips

Also, 3D Printing and Virtual Reality demos will be held throughout the event. Registration is encouraged due to limited capacity: http://training.oit.duke.edu/reg.

See the Duke Events Calendar for full event details.

Employee course offerings for June-December 2018 are now posted in Duke’s Learning Management System (LMS).  For questions, call L&OD at (919) 613-7600 or 7613.

Sponsored by the Clinical & Translational Science Institute & Mobile App Gateway

With hundreds of ‘health’ devices on the market, how do you choose which fitness tracker/sensor/bluetooth-enabled product to use for your research and patient monitoring? Join Ryan Shaw, PhD, RN, Faculty Director for the Mobile App Gateway and Associate Professor of the Schools of Nursing and Medicine explain the pros and cons of different choices, which tools integrate with Epic, and best practices for effective data capture.

  •  Date: Thursday, June 7th, 2018
  • Time: 11:30am-1:00pm
  • Location: Duke Medical Pavilion, Room DMP.2W96
Lunch will be provided. Register here.
For questions, contact Kristine Glauber, Ph.D. <kristine.glauber@duke.edu>

Learn Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe Creative Cloud and more with Duke resources including lynda.com. Read the full article on Duke Today: https://today.duke.edu/2018/05/3-resources-improve-your-tech-skills

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