The PepsiCo Technology is a partnership between Duke University Libraries and the Office of Durham and Community Affairs. A PepsiCo endowment funds the program, which aims to keep local classroom teachers abreast of instructional technology innovation; offer curriculum-related materials to support their work; and increase the information literacy of Durham Public Schools students.
What do we do?
PepsiCo Educational Technology provides resources to our Durham Public School partners including workshops, tours, videos and collaborations.
Exploration of Duke resources
- Sound Studio
- Green Screen Recording Studio
- Green Screens, both fabric and frames available to borrow
- Printing objects with 3D printers
- The Hidden Durham mobile app
Technology Fun Days
Half-day Tech Fun Days for hands-on experimentation with educational technology hosted at Duke for Durham Public Schools students and teachers.
- Stop Motion animation using iStopMotion app
- Green Screen animation using Green Screen by Do Ink app
- Graphic Stories using Comics Head app
- Osmo interactive games & app
- Google Cardboard apps
- Visit to the DiVE (Duke immersive Visual Environment)
Students have freedom to create their own stories through creative video technology.
Collaborate on grants!
With the help of the Virtual Reality Learning Experience, during the 2016-2017 academic year, eight high school students in the Game Art & Design concentration at Durham School of the Arts will work with youth participants in GrowingChange to design a virtual reality version of a flipped prison. This will help people visualize abandoned prison’s untapped potential.