- About Your NetID
- Resources that can be accessed with your NetID: A list of computing resources that can be accessed with your NetID.
- Duke wireless network: Wireless networking is available at the Divinity School Library (as well as many other locations around campus).
- Register Your Device
- Connect to the Duke network from off-campus using the Virtual Private Network (VPN)
Printing, Scanning, & Copying in the Library
- Printing with Eprint: Duke students, staff, and faculty may print from a library or personal computer and retrieve your prints on any Library or OIT release stations. All print jobs will be stored on the server for 12 hours.
- Printing, Copying, & Scanning: Guide to the various printers, copiers, and scanners in the library.
- Black-and-white printing is essentially free, but you have a quota of $32 a semester (about 3,000 pages). If your print balance falls below $9, you can request more printing funds for free at https://dukecard.duke.edu/eprint/. Color printing costs 25 cents per page and is charged from your FLEX account, not the free printing quota.
View your quota or request an increase
Log into MY DUKE and click on DukeCard. (You can also visit the site directly at this link.)
Computing at Duke
- OIT Self-Service Tool: set privacy settings, set up spam filters, and configure your e-mail alias.
- Duke Email & Duke Email FAQ
- Free and Discounted Software (OIT Site Licenses)
- Instant Messaging at Duke
- Computer Labs
- Purchasing a Computer for Use at Duke
- Technology Training
- OIT Help Desk: a variety of help documents for Duke supported computer services and a form for submitting help requests.
Grad Student Technology Tools: guide to printing/scanning/copying, citation, cloud & file storage, and academic technology tools for graduate students.
Bible Software & Fonts
Bible Fonts: links to various free and commercial fonts for Greek, Hebrew, and other languages.
Reference Mangement Software
EndNote is a powerful research tool for managing your research and inserting formatted citations into your papers. Duke has a site license for EndNote and a web-based tool, EndNote Web, available for students, staff, and faculty. EndNote can be downloaded from the OIT website.
Zotero is an open source research tool that allows you to save, manage, and create formatted citations. Zotero is free and can be downloaded from the Zotero website. More information and links can be found here.
For further information on citation tools at Duke, see the Grad Student Guide to Technology (Citing).