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The Student Technology Assistance Center-STAC

   The Student Technology Assistance Center in the Paul Laurence Dunbar Library provides Wright State students with the tools to make productive use of new information technologies.  

   The STAC features specialized resource spaces that can be reserved in advance for corresponding student projects and activities.  The Pod may be booked in two-hour sessions for recording podcasts and voice narrations (download PDF of user agreement form). The eLearning Studio can accommodate up to six Wright State students enrolled in online courses and may also be reserved in advance (download PDF of user agreement form).

   In the STAC, students can create original academic and creative works using either Windows or Macintosh computers and the latest software applications. They can also transform traditional materials such as printed documents, photographs, and analog media into digital formats and use these digital files to produce new information products.

   The STAC employs trained student mentors who share a wealth of experience, skills, and backgrounds. In a unique peer-to-peer learning environment, knowledgeable mentors are always available to assist students with their projects.

   The STAC is dedicated to providing students with new ways of using information and preparing students for a lifetime of learning in an increasingly technological world.

ALL WSU STUDENTS ARE WELCOME

Student Technology Assistance Center (STAC)
Paul Laurence Dunbar Library
Second Floor
937.775.2656
TheSTAC@www.libraries.wright.edu

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