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Missed yesterday’s Adobe Sign training session, you can watch them online:
Session #1 – Adobe Sign: Basic Overview
Note: You may be prompted to update your MS Silverlight Plug-in to view the recording.
For questions about Adobe Sign at Duke, email OIT Software Licensing at email@example.com.
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:
OIT will be upgrading ePrint on December 20. Faculty, students and staff using Windows will need to reinstall the ePrint software. Mac users will not be affected. Most Windows users will receive a pushed-out update notice after the upgrade. However if users don’t receive the update, visit software.duke.edu to download and reinstall the ePrint client.
Like other cutting-edge institutions, Duke is looking to acquire central licensing for COMSOL software (www.comsol.com) to improve quality of teaching, publications and research.
Due to the complex licensing options and specialized nature of this software, a central license purchase would initially require complete funding distributed between individual departments and schools for a period of at least three years, after which OIT would evaluate total usage across Duke and consider central funding (similar to MATLAB, LabVIEW, and many other software offerings on campus). OIT would manage contracts, acquisition, and distribution of the software.
To properly estimate the total demand for COMSOL at Duke and organize funding, starting Nov. 8, Duke will activate a 90-day site license. To participate, visit http://software.duke.edu, and search for and order COMSOL.
The license log file will be monitored to assess the actual use per Dept./PI and the number of modules needed in the initial annual agreement.
We would like to ask that anyone in the Duke community that would use COMSOL if it were made available participate in a three-month trial. During this trial, we will be collecting usage statistics to determine the appropriate number of licenses needed for COMSOL and each module.
Go here for more information: https://software.duke.edu/node/415
OIT has entered into a licensing agreement with CBT Nuggets to offer professional training for IT skills and certifications. CBT Nuggets offers comprehensive online IT video training for system admins, DevOps, network engineers, developers, and more.
OIT is offering course vouchers at a price of $100 per course. A voucher will give one user access to any single course for a period of six months. These courses include practice exams for certifications, where applicable.
To purchase course vouchers, first browse the CBT Nuggets website and determine which course(s) you’d like to take. Then, visit software.duke.edu and order the voucher(s), specifying which course(s) you’d like to take.
Also, don’t forget to check out the Duke’s lynda Campus for additional IT topics, end user training, business and professional development skills and more. Duke staff, faculty and students can go here to connect to this online training library: http://training.oit.duke.edu/lynda.
OIT Software Licensing is pleased to announce the launch of their new site: http://software.duke.edu!
The new website, developed by Duke Web Services, has a vastly improved look, layout, and navigation. It includes many new features, including the option to pay online with a fund code and to add multiple products to a shopping cart and check out all at once.
Microsoft SQL Server 2016 is now available. Visit https://software.oit.duke.edu/comp-print/software/license/detail.php?id=273 to order.
This product is available to all Duke IT staff at no cost, and may be installed on any number of Duke-owned computers on campus. SQL CALs are included as well. Non-IT faculty and staff at Duke may gain access to the Duke-licensed version of this product with approval from their IT departments.
Duke students, faculty, and staff may download SQL Server 2016 and many other Microsoft products for personal academic use through the DreamSpark program: http://dukeoit.onthehub.com
Check out these featured MathWorks webinars:
Signal Processing and Machine Learning Techniques for Sensor Data Analytics (May 19) – Details & Registration
Building Smart Robots Using Simulink and Arduino (June 1) – Details & Registration
Design of wireless MIMO systems: from RF specifications to architecture exploration (June 9) – Details & Registration
On Demand Videos
Can’t attend a session? Check out a full listing of recorded academic content available for free through the MathWorks website.
Digital Storytelling is an emerging instructional & marketing strategy. Join Steve Adler, Senior Solutions Consultant (Adobe) to learn how to tell very compelling stories in a rich and visually appealing format using 3 intuitive Adobe mobile/web applications (Premiere Clip, Slate & Voice). Bring a laptop, iPhone or iPad with you and you may walk out of the session with a great story to tell!
NOTE: Android is not currently supported. The tools being used in this seminar must be accessed with an Adobe ID created with a non-Duke email address. Go here to create an account in advance of the seminar: accounts.adobe.com
Register for the session that best fits your schedule:
Learn more about Duke’s Enterprise Term License Agreement with Adobe: http://sites.duke.edu/software/2015/11/06/adobe-creative-cloud-and-acrobat-pro-dc-licensing-now-available/