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 careers.duke.edu.
IT Communities at Duke
|Drupal@Duke||Duke 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 https://sites.duke.edu/diversifyit/ for information and to join the email list.|
|Digital Media Community||Working group of professionals who use digital media throughout Duke.|
|Endpoints||Community for users of ConfigMgr, Jamf Pro, BigFix, and other endpoint management and support tools, with a mailing list, Teams channel, and monthly meeting.|
|Splunk||Email list used to discuss the implementation of the Splunk log analysis software at Duke and announce updates & training opportunities (inc. Splunk Search Parties).|
|Security Liaisons||Community discussions and announcements regarding IT Security. Monthly meetings. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the email list.|
|Site Licensing||This is an open sympa list for announcements regarding new licensed software and renewals. Email email@example.com to join.|
|IT Status Alerts||Get 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 Accessibility||Become the Web Accessibility contact in your department to organize accessibility improvements for your department's website (as needed).|