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Technology Training Resources @ Duke

Academic Training

  • Office of Information Technology – OIT Training: OIT Training provides technology training opportunities to support the academic needs of Duke students, staff and faculty. These include pre-scheduled hands-on training seminars; OnDemand training for Duke-specific tools and services; monthly brown bag sessions and online training tutorials.   http://www.oit.duke.edu/training/
  • Center for Instructional Technology: The CIT helps faculty integrate technology into their classroom & explore new & emerging technology. They offer one-one consultations for faculty, offer pre-scheduled training seminars & learning opportunities and host an annual CIT Showcase. http://cit.duke.edu/events/

Library Instruction

  • Duke Library – Instruction & Outreach Services: The Duke Library Instruction & Outreach Services provides academic library support for faculty, instructors and students.  Look to their website for research guides, video tutorials and training on EndNote, Digital Research and Tools and more. http://library.duke.edu/services/instruction
  • Duke University Medical Center Library: The Duke University Medical Center Library offers regular workshops in Library Research, EndNote, Searching PubMed and CINAH.

Staff Training

  • Learning & Organization Development: L&OD is a part of the central human resources department on campus. They offer computer workshops that provide Duke employees with desktop application skills from beginning to advanced levels. http://www.hr.duke.edu/training/workshops/computer/
  • Duke Student Information Services & Systems: The Student Information Services and Systems (SISS) Office assists the university central administrative and school offices to provide more efficient services to our students, faculty and staff.  Look for PeopleSoft training here: http://www.sissoffice.duke.edu/training/


  • Scalable Computing Support Center: The Scalable Computing Support Center is a service and support center that connects Duke University researchers to hardware, software, educational, and personnel resources, both local and global, to enable novel computational science. For more information about SCSC visit: https://wiki.duke.edu/display/SCSC/Training
  • Duke Social Science Research Institute: SSRI provides Duke scholars an integrated set of research facilities focused on the collection, assessment, analysis and transmission of data. SSRI hosts a number of workshops throughout the year including: Statistical Software, Survey Research, Quantitative & Qualitative Analysis and more. http://www.ssri.duke.edu/?q=education-training
  • Data and GIS News & Events: Data and GIS Services is a department within Duke University Libraries. They collects and supports numeric and geospatial data from a variety of sources for the Duke community and offers a range of consulting opportunities and workshops including ArcGIS, GoogleEarth Pro and more. http://library.duke.edu/data/news


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