January 10, 2017
Whether you’re a student, staff or faculty member, there are many opportunities to brush up your digital knowledge this spring at Duke. Topics range from Microsoft Office to command line to HTML to 3D printing to data visualization and everywhere in between. Here are some workshop series you’ll want to check out:
In Spring 2017, DVS is implementing new workshops in graphic design for diagrams, with a focus on Adobe Illustrator. Other new and returning workshops of interest include data management and historical GIS.
Check out their January 18 events on data management & publishing!
Hear colleagues at Duke, as well as visitors from other institutions and private industry, discuss their visualization projects. Most Fridays during the semester.
Colleagues in the labs in Art, Art History & Visual Studies present on their work-in-progress and hear from visitors in higher education and private industry on a range of topics.
Learn qualitative data analysis tools, social science research methods, and more!
Check out their annual university-wide symposium, January 18-20!
OIT offers both in-person and online training in tools such as Microsoft and Qualtrics. They also have a great lunchtime series that takes on a wide range of topics of interest to staff and faculty at the university.
And don’t forget that Duke community members have access to the extensive training library at Lynda.com!
Looking for more? Also check out the curated lists at digitalhumanities.duke.edu. Happy computing!