1. Visit tables and get raffle tickets. Each ticket is an entry into the drawing. The more tickets you get the better chance you have to win!

2. Use the hashtag #DukeTechWeek2023 to be entered into the drawing. Each hashtag use is an entry into the daily drawing.

Grand Prizes
And the Winners are: 
Tuesday, Oct. 3Apple AirPods
Apple AirPods in charging case
Evan Glas
Wednesday, Oct. 4Apple AirTags and AirTag holders
A 4-pack of Apple AirTags
Marco Castillo
Thursday, Oct. 5Wireless Charging Station 
a wireless charging station with a phone, watch, and earbuds all charging
Evan Hankinson
Thursday, Oct. 5Fujifilm Instax Mini 40 Instant Camera and film 
Fujifilm Instax Mini 40 Instant Camera and film
Conrad Qu


Help us plan Duke Tech Week 2024!

DukeTechWeek hashtag for Instagram
Akshay wearing a Technology t-shirt and posing next to Let's Talk About Digital You poster
John Haws in front of green screen with a monster over his shoulder

Duke Tech Week

Oct. 2-5, 2023
Bryan Center Plaza

Join us for an exciting week of technology! OIT will be tabling on the Bryan Center Plaza from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday thru Thursday. We kick it off on Monday, Oct. 2 at 10 a.m. with the Blue Devil!

Highlights include:

  • A scavenger hunt for prizes
  • A hashtag challenge using #DukeTechWeek2023
  • A lock-picking station
  • Go phishing with Security
  • Immersive Dall-e: Create and jump into your AI art
  • Use a Glowforge laser to engrave your own keychain
  • Student-created apps you can use right now
  • Free popcorn, candy and too many giveaways to list here…!

The event coincides with Cybersecurity Awareness Month. OIT's Security Office will be on hand to provide tips on staying secure online, and walk students through a hands-on demonstration.

IT groups represented include The Link, the Information Technology Security Office, the Innovation Co-Lab, the Bryan Center Studios, the +Programs (Code+ and Data+), the Center for Computational Thinking, the Duke Technology Center,  and more.

Help us plan Duke Tech Week 2024!

anover the shoulder shot of a student picking a lock
Kaylee making popcorn in the sun out on the plaza

A student guide to the most essential tools and services OIT has to offer. Find more on the Students resource page



DukeCard is your Duke University ID. You must carry it at all times while on Duke property even if you use a wristband or mobile device for access. DukeCard can confirm your identity, allow access to facilities and services, facilitate dining and purchases. Mobile DukeCard is now available on Apple Devices and Android Phones.

More information on DukeCard


DukeMobile is the app all Duke students should be using! It includes an interactive campus map, providing building details and navigation, and an easy access menu, housing all the important information at Duke: news, maps, dining, emergency notifications, transportation, athletics, DukeHub, and more!

More information on DukeMobile

The Link

You can get in-person IT support, computer diagnostics, audio and video equipment loans, drop-off equipment, and receive additional services at the OIT help desk, located at the Link. You can also get virtual support by calling the service desk at (919) 684-2200 or chatting with a team member at OIT’s help page

Visit Link Equipment


Dukeblue is Duke’s encrypted wireless network that uses authentication to protect your Duke NetID and password and to ensure your data and transactions are secure. It provides encrypted transmission of data, meaning information cannot be intercepted while it is in transit between laptops or phones, and Duke’s main network.

More information on Dukeblue


Your security is paramount. We offer students the resources and assistance required to keep their identity, personal information, and property safe and secure campus-wide. From secure wifi to protected networks, you can keep your work and data safe from criminals using Duke IT security tools. 

See security options


The ePrint system enables students to print from computers and devices to hundreds of print stations throughout campus. Through the ePrint client software (computer) or the Pharos app (mobile device), you can print directly from your phone, find the printer nearest to you, and remotely access any printer on campus.

More information on ePrint

Innovation Co-Lab

The Innovation Co-Lab empowers students to discover and experiment with foundational/emerging technology. We offer free in-person, online, and self-paced classes on a variety of subjects as a part of our Roots program. Students also have access to our MakerSpace to bring their ideas to life with our 3D printers, Water Jet, CNC machine, and more!

More information on the Innovation Co-Lab

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning is a free resource for all Duke students to learn new skills, support academic development, and refresh skills. Learn from industry professionals who are passionate about teaching at your own pace, on your own time, and to your own liking— all for free. Skills include web and software development, digital marketing, social networking, and much more!

More information on LinkedIn Learning


OIT's software department works full-time to negotiate Duke-wide software licenses. Our software department offers more than 100 free and discounted software licenses available to staff, students, and faculty from the world's leading developers: Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Teams, STATA, EndNote Reference Management, Adobe Creative Suite, ArcGIS, Matlab, and more!

Learn more about available software

Duke +Programs

Duke +Programs are summer programs in technology and data science that provide valuable experience. Students participate in small project teams and receive mentorship from faculty, graduate students, and IT professionals. We offer Data+, CS+, Code+, and Climate+.

More on the +Programs