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NVivo is software that supports qualitative and mixed methods research. It lets you collect, organize, and analyze content from interviews, focus group discussions, surveys, audio - and now in...

Multi-factor authentication, also referred to as advanced or two-factor authentication, provides an additional layer of security when logging in or performing transactions online.  The IT Security...

"ATLAS.ti is a powerful workbench for the qualitative analysis of large bodies of textual, graphical, audio, and video data. It offers a variety of tools for accomplishing the tasks associated...

Duke’s Box is a cloud-based storage and collaboration service for all Duke University and Duke Medicine faculty, staff and students. With Box, users can access, store and share content securely...

Typhon is DUSON’s selected method for creating clinical case logs, completing hours logs, and surveys related to your clinical course experience. Your clinical course instructor provides the...

ACES is the student portal to PeopleSoft, Duke’s management system for your student record and includes these services:

Personal Information (addresses, phone numbers, emergency contact, etc)...

Personal Web space is provided by Duke using CIFS (personal  home directory space). Your account is allotted 5 GB of space. Introductory information on how to setup your page is available on OIT’s...

Duke and DUSON offer options for storing, managing, and sharing personal files other than on your local hard drive. The CIFS personal home directories option provides you private space to store...

Employees and students are scheduled, during orientation, to have individual photos taken that are added to a badge also containing a Unique ID and DukeCard number. This badge is referred as the...

When you matriculate, DUSON will add you to the appropriate following Listserv based upon the program you are enrolled:

all MSN Students - MSNSONStudents@mc.duke.edu all ABSN Students - ABSN-...

Duke has formally replaced the use of McAfee with Symantec EndPoint Protection. offers comprehensive defense against complex attacks for both physical and virtual environments.

If you have...

Be sure to password protect ALL accounts and devices using the following strong password rules:

Be at least eight (8) characters. Contain upper and lower-case letters At least 2 numbers...

As a Duke Nursing student, you will have two network IDs, one called your NetID account that is used to access Duke University resources, and your DHE account used to access the Medical Center...

The software you will need for your classes are available through Duke. Details on specialized software available to you can be found on the OIT Software License Restriction Matrix webpage and...

As a DUSON student, you are required to have your own laptop. When necessary, you can temporarily borrow a laptop from the IT Service Desk. Visit the Computer Purchase Requirements page for...

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) will allow you to securely connect to the Duke Network over the Internet when you are off-campus. While using the VPN, your remote computer appears to the Duke...

Computer and network security are the responsibility of each member of the DUSON community. Your obligation will be to help ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of all electronic...

The School of Nursing network can be accessed via a wireless connection while on campus. The majority of devices you have are wireless ready and may just need to be turned on.

The School of Nursing has standardized on using the Duke University Learning Management System - Sakai. Upon matriculation and receiving your NetID, you have access to Sakai. Your course...

Your Duke email account is an official means of communication while you are a student at Duke. It is recommended you setup and check your account for important communication by the Duke and School...

The CITDL Service Desk is available 24x7.  Please call (919)684-9200.