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LEARN IT @ LUNCH SERIES, FALL 2020

Wednesdays, Noon-1:00pm

Zoom Sessions

 

The OIT Learn IT @ Lunch series is an opportunity to learn about technology during the lunch hour.  All meetings will be held via Zoom ONLY.

  • This series runs during the fall and spring academic semesters.
  • All Duke students, staff and faculty are welcome to participate. No pre-registration is required.
  • Each session includes a presentation followed by a Q&A period.
  • For Fall 2020,  each session will be held remotely using Zoom. Meeting links have been added to the calendar below.
  • We record as many sessions as possible. Recordings are posted online.
DATETOPICINSTRUCTOR(S)
September 16LinkedIn Learning: A resource for a new world of work and learning Click Here to Join the Session

Learn how you can take advantage of LinkedIn Learning for your own professional and personal development and maintain resilience and success over the longer term in today’s new working environment.

Elma Clarke, Senior Customer Success Manager at LinkedIn Learning
September 30DukeHub 2.0: A New Experience Click Here to Join the Session


There are some exciting changes to DukeHub, the student information system used by faculty and student advisors to track academic performance. DukeHub 2.0 will soon launch with a new look and feel. Join us to learn about the new added features.
Morgan Andres & Delia Patrick, Student Information Services and Systems
October 7Make Informed Decisions with Qualtrics
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This session will show you cool tricks within Qualtrics and more...including some tips for building effective surveys and thoughts about how platform (phone, tablet, or computer) affect user experience and data collection.
Alexandra CooperSocial Science Research Institute
October 14Working Securely from Home... with Children Family Feud Edition
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As schools have moved to virtual learning at home, parents and children are sharing the same home computing resources and face increased security risks. Parents from Duke’s IT Security Office offer their suggestions for protecting kids online, with tips on passwords, Zoom security and parental control options. Participants are welcome to attend with their children as the presenters will include their children in the discussion as well.
Niko Bailey, Cara Bonnett, & Anthony Miracle, Information Technology Security Office
*October 20
11:00am-Noon
Building a Professional LinkedIn Profile for Students
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LinkedIn is a professional networking platform that can help connect students with opportunities to advance their careers. You can use LinkedIn to find an internship or job, mentoring relationships, and to learn the skills you will need to succeed as a professional. A complete LinkedIn profile can help potential employers learn more about you as well as help you find opportunities to showcase your educational background and pre-professional experience.
In this training you will learn how to:
Build your LinkedIn Profile
Build your Mentoring Network
Use your network on LinkedIn to connect to opportunity
Search and apply for jobs on LinkedIn
Elma Clarke, Senior Customer Success Manager at LinkedIn Learning
October 20Building a Professional LinkedIn Profile for Staff
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LinkedIn is a professional networking platform for anyone who is looking to advance their career. You can use LinkedIn to find a job or internship, connect and strengthen professional relationships, and learn the skills you need to succeed. A complete LinkedIn profile can help you find opportunities by showcasing your unique professional story through experience, skills, and education. In this training you will learn how to:
Build your LinkedIn Profile
Build your Professional Network
Use your network on LinkedIn to connect to opportunity
Search and apply for jobs on LinkedIn
Elma Clarke, Senior Customer Success Manager at LinkedIn Learning
October 28 Security 2020: Protecting yourself and your data in a changing threat Landscape
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Cyber attacks have skyrocketed during the global pandemic, with new scams targeting employees who are working from home, online banking and coronavirus fears.
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Learn how to protect yourself and your data in this changing environment using new tools and best practices.
Cara Bonnett Information Technology Security Office
November 18Hosting a Successful Zoom Large Meeting & Webinar Event
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The default capacity settings for Zoom are generous but there are other resources offered by Zoom that allow for even larger meetings. Participants in this session will learn about Large Meetings and Webinars, how they work, and how to modify a meeting to mimic a webinar as closely as possible.
Debbie Suggs, Enterprise Systems and Support
December 2Inclusive Zoom Events and Activities: Making your meetings accessible
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Learn Zoom and WebEx tips and tricks such as how to post the announcement, set up accommodations, run the meeting, and how to provide helpful follow-up materials. Plus, we will show some little-known accessibility features that you already have on your computer but might not know about.
Joel Crawford-Smith, Web Accessibility & Sonja Likness, Social Media and Content Management

 

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