- MULTIMEDIA - Get help with multimedia activities, including photography and video and audio capturing, editing, conversion.
- PLOTTING - Get help with creating and printing large format posters (plots).
- COURSEWORK* - Get help with computer-related coursework and projects.
- SKILL-BUILDING - Learn basic or more advanced computer skills via individual tutoring and self-paced learning materials available at the TLMC.
*Regarding coursework assistance: The TLMC does not provide tutoring for Computer Science classes. Here are two options for CS students seeking tutoring:
1--Computer Science department tutoring - schedule is posted on the TA office door in the QBB (first floor) and is also posted in the TLMC lab
TLMC student learning assistants come from diverse academic fields and possess a wide range of computer skills. Although all learning assistants can work with general computing topics, each learning assistant has specific areas of expertise, which are posted in the lab.
TLMC learning assistants are not equipped to handle hardware repairs and do not support some department-specific specialized software including Mathematica, SPSS, and SAS.
Free Software: Read & Write
NDSU students, faculty and staff have free access to Read & Write, an innovative literacy software that supports reading fluency and comprehension, writing, studying and research.
Visit the NDSU Read & Write page to find out how you can download a free copy of Read & Write for your personal computer and acquire a mobile version at the TLMC (see requirements).
FACULTY RESOURCES - Instructors who plan to assign projects that involve the use of technology (e.g., videos, large format posters, publications) can receive help with project planning, identifying best methods, and coordinating learning and support services for their students. To request services, contact Instructional Services and Technology Learning and Media Center support: email@example.com
MEDIA STUDIO AND SERVICES - In addition to our walk-in multimedia services, more specialized services are available upon request. A media studio, located in the Quentin Burdick Building 150G, is equipped with an audio recording room and an area for video recording and photography. To get started with podcasting, audio or video recording, photography, or digital conversion projects contact Instructional Services and Technology Learning and Media Center support: firstname.lastname@example.org