There are more than 1,200 IT staff at Duke and many services, groups, training and professional development opportunities within the Duke IT community.

  • LearnIT@Lunch provides opportunities for staff to learn new skills in a relaxed environment
  • Join the creativity incubator at the Innovation Co-Lab and explore its Roots Pathways, a series of curated workshops
  • All Duke employees have free access to LinkedIn Learning and thousands of technology-related courses

For information on IT careers at Duke, visit

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IT Communities at Duke

Drupal@DukeDuke Drupal users, meet monthly.


User community to discuss diversity issues via email list and monthly brown bag. The group also organizes training opportunities, guest speakers and socials throughout the year. Go to for information and to join the email list.
Digital Media CommunityWorking group of professionals who use digital media throughout Duke.
EndpointsCommunity for users of ConfigMgr, Jamf Pro, BigFix, and other endpoint management and support tools, with a mailing list, Teams channel, and monthly meeting.
SplunkEmail list used to discuss the implementation of the Splunk log analysis software at Duke and announce updates & training opportunities (inc. Splunk Search Parties).
Security LiaisonsCommunity discussions and announcements regarding IT Security.  Monthly meetings. Contact to be added to the email list.
Site LicensingThis is an open sympa list for announcements regarding new licensed software and renewals. Email to join.
IT Status AlertsGet email notifications of IT maintenance and outages that affect buildings and services on campus. View IT alert postings or subscribe to push alerts on the website. 
Unix Group Community of Duke Unix Users.
Web AccessibilityBecome the Web Accessibility contact in your department to organize accessibility improvements for your department's website (as needed).