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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.

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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

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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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Traveling abroad this summer?  Duke experts offer information and help for safeguarding your mobile devices and more. Read this Duke Today story.

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Duke IT Security Office offers tips and resources to protect your identity in this DukeToday article.

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Check out Duke’s Spring 2018 Learning & Organization Development catalog.   Great leadership & professional development opportunities for faculty and staff. Also, read this Duke Today article on Staying Sharp with Professional Development courses.    

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Read this Duke Today article for great tips: https://today.duke.edu/2017/10/4-ways-be-mindful-about-it-security

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New Duke Learning and Organizational Development (L&OD) offerings include short lunchtime workshops. Read the full story on Duke Today. For a list of course offerings and to register, visit: https://hr.duke.edu/training/course-offerings/.  

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A new NetID login page will be introduced on July 5, 2017. The change will also add more to Duke sites – Multi-factor Authentication will be required for Box (box.duke.edu) and several other sites. Read the full story on Duke Today.

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OIT’s “Bluesmith” will configure and print 3D projects for a fee. Read the full story on Duke Today: https://today.duke.edu/2017/04/leave-3d-printing-it-experts.

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