The Student Technology Assistance Center in the Paul Laurence Dunbar Library provides Wright State students with the tools to make productive use of multimedia.
In the STAC, students can create original academic and creative works using either Windows or Macintosh computers. 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 available to assist students with their projects several hours each week. At other times, the STAC is open and available as a DIY space with access to the latest software applications. The library has technology to borrow such as cameras, tripods, green screens and more for your multimedia projects.
Students can also schedule individual appointments with STAC staff for individual help on projects. For DIY help, visit our guide.