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Registration still available for Free Tech Seminars!

Need introductory training on topics like Sites@Duke, Audacity, iMovie, Warpwire & more. Register now at: training.oit.duke.edu/reg.

Also, look for Duke Compute Cluster & Linux training opportunities here: training.oit.duke.edu/research.

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Get Free Tech Training this spring through OIT!

Need introductory training on topics like Sites@Duke, Audacity, iMovie, Warpwire & more. Register now at: training.oit.duke.edu/reg.

Also, look for Duke Compute Cluster & Linux training opportunities here: training.oit.duke.edu/research.
Student Trainer, (Ben Chesnut, teaching a 3D printing class.
Ben Chesnut, student trainer, teaching a 3D printing class.

OIT Training fall 2015 free seminars – seats available

Seats are still available for upcoming free technology eminars including “Saving to the Cloud: Getting Started with Box @Duke”, “OneDrive: The Essentials” and more. To view the schedule and register online, visit: http://training.oit.duke.edu/reg

Look for Research Computing training here: http://training.oit.duke.edu/research (Sign up for the Research Computing newsletter to keep up to date on Research Computing topics.)

OIT Training fall 2015 free technology seminars – Register now!

The fall 2015 Free Technology Seminar Series is now available online.  To view the schedule and register, go to: http://training.oit.duke.edu/reg  Look for popular sessions – Saving to the Cloud: Getting Started with Box at Duke, Making it Yours: Sites@Duke Customization Using CSS, Sites@Duke: Top 10 Plugins & How to Use Them and more. New seminars include:  OneDrive: The Essentials, Recording with GarageBand and Publish Video to Duke Classes & Groups Using Warpwire.

Also, Research Computing sessions are listed here: http://training.oit.duke.edu/research

Seats available for free technology seminars

Seats are still available for many popular training sessions including Sites@Duke: Top 10 Plugins & How to Use Them, Drawing in 3D: SketchUp Basics,  iMovie, Final Cut and more!  To view the schedule and register online, visit: http://training.oit.duke.edu/reg

Student Trainers:
Student Trainers: Eleanor Mehlenbacher, Anika Ayyar and Caroline Ginty!

OIT Training spring 2015 free technology seminars – Register now!

The spring 2015 Free Technology Seminar Series is now available online.  To view the schedule and register, go to: http://training.oit.duke.edu/reg  Look for popular sessions Lights, Cameras..Editing with iMovie, PowerPoint: Creating Better Presentations, and Saving to the Cloud: Getting Started with Box at Duke and more as well as new seminars including Drawing in 3D: SketchUp Basics and  Sites@Duke: Top 10 Plugin and How to Use Them.
Also, Research Computing sessions are listed here: http://training.oit.duke.edu/research

Seats available for free technology seminars

Seats are still available for many popular training sessions including 3D Printing, Excel, Box, FinalCut and iMovie!  To view the schedule and register online, visit: http://training.oit.duke.edu/reg

OIT Training fall 2014 free seminars – seats available

Seats are still available for many popular training sessions including “3D Printing: Design to Build Workflow” and Sites@Duke (WordPress). To view the schedule and register online, visit: http://training.oit.duke.edu/reg

OIT Training Fall 2014 free technology seminars – Register Now!

Look for new seminars including: 3D Printing: Design to Build Workflow, Getting Started with Final Cut X,  and Saving to the Cloud: Getting Started with Box@Duke as well as 3 Web App Sessions hosted by the University IT Security Office and Duke Medicine Information Security Office.  To view the schedule & register, visit: http://training.oit.duke.edu/reg/

OIT Training Spring 2014 Free techology seminars – Seats Available!

To view the schedule and register online, visit: http://training.oit.duke.edu/reg

Student Trainer, Eleanor Mehlenbacher
Student Trainer, Eleanor Mehlenbacher, showing seminar participants to Create Better Presentations.

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