We’ve pulled together a list of the best resources available for Duke’s video community below. Take a look!

Guidelines, Policies, Best Practices

Hardware & Software

Training

  • HR Special Development Programs – Offers numerous professional development workshops, including ones on certain multimedia tools.
  • Lynda online training tutorials – Duke students, faculty and staff can access the entire lynda.com online training library through a university-wide site license. Topics include graphics, video editing and training on specific video editing software like Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro.
  • ProComm – Professional development program for communications professionals at Duke.
  • OIT training – Both in-person and online training to support Duke students, staff and faculty.
  • OIT Tech Tutors – Looking for dedicated help getting started or completing a multimedia (audio/video), graphics or web design project you are working on? OIT is here for you!
  • Center for Documentary Studies – Offers continuing education courses on film/video and multimedia.
  • YouTube help center – Getting started guide and searchable help index.

Peer-to-Peer Learning

Consulting

  • Center for Instructional Technology – Helps instructors and students find innovative ways to use technology.
  • Duke Media Services – Provides a full range of professional media production services.
  • OIT Consultations – Expertise to assist with audio/video purchasing or integration projects, consultation on available audio/video rentals and resources in the area.
  • Office of News and Communications – Works with the news media and others to highlight the activities of Duke’s faculty, students and staff.
  • StoryHunter – Hire freelance journalists and videographers through Public Affairs and Government Relations’ subscription. Contact Laura Brinn for details.

Producing Video

Music Resources

Footage Resources

Public Domain Images