Zoom Security, COVID in 2021, Professional Deveopment, Dedicated Devils
Last month Duke announced that Zoom will implement a new security requirement that will require the use of a passcode or a Waiting Room, or restricting the meeting to NetID authenticated users. The new requirement will be implemented at 6 a.m. Eastern on Tuesday, January 12.
What's the plan for distributing COVID-19 vaccines to Duke's general workforce population? How might remote work become a permanent part of the workplace when the virus is no longer a threat? And what might you expect in a post COVID-19 world? Listen in as Kyle Cavanaugh, Duke's emergency coordinator, and Dr. Carol Epling, direector of Employee Occupational Health & Wellness (EOHW), discuss what to expect at the start of 2021.
Learning & Organization Development is offering an online slate of 107 professional development and technical courses, as well as customized professional development opportunities for staff and faculty.
As we continue to face challenges during the coronavirus pandemic, Duke staff and faculty are stepping up to keep the important work of the university and health system going. To highlight these contributions, we are continuing our weekly series, "Dedicated Devils." If you know of a staff or faculty member who has risen to the challenge, please tell us about them.