Contact Digital Media Assistants
- Our Digital Media Assistants are available at the Digital Media Bar (DMB) in Andrews Library or via a Teams meeting.
- They are generally available Sunday through Thursday from 2 – 10 p.m. and Friday 2 – 5 p.m. when classes are in session.
- You can schedule an appointment using Bookings with them to meet at the DMB or in Teams.
About Digital Media Assistants
Digital Media Assistants are responsible for answering basic software questions about Microsoft 365 and Moodle, assist with our equipment housed in CoRE such as our 3D printers, and provide support to students in planning and completing digital media assignments such as podcasts, videos, and posters. Students also help perform basic troubleshooting in the Digital Studio when necessary.
STAs read and report about new technical innovations on the Technology website, learn about the media creation software supported by Educational Technology, explore emerging technologies, and offer workshops to help fellow students learn how to use our supported software. STAs may also work on clerical projects or data analysis and visualization projects. Exceptional STAs may be embedded in classes or departments to directly support faculty or class projects.
Supported Software: 3D Design & Printing, After Effects, Audacity, Blender, GarageBand, Illustrator, iMovie, InDesign, Keynote, LaTeX, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Stream, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Word, Moodle, Numbers, Omeka, Pages, Photoshop, Premiere, SPSS, Stata, Unity, WordPress
Meet our Student Digital Media Assistants and learn about their expertise.
Abhinav is a freshman from Mumbai, India majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics. He loves reading Conrad, watching Godard and listening to Lennon.
He is interested in quantitative trading and UI/UX design.
Alan Musabeyezu is a junior from Kigali, Rwanda majoring in Economics and minoring in Data Science. He enjoys reading nonfiction novels, watching comedy movies, and listening to music. He is interested in Finance and Data Analytics.
Amelia is a computer science major with a studio art minor. She can help you with Microsoft Suite, Google Suite, Canva, IS formatting, and the 3D printers.
Atomu is a sophomore from Tokyo, Japan, majoring in Computer Science. In his free time, he loves playing sports and watching movies. He is interested in learning animation.
Bitania Ketema is a senior from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, majoring in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics. She spends most of her free time watching movies, reading books or spending time with her friends. She is interested in web design and user experience and can help with Canva, Microsoft PowerPoint, Figma and Latex.
Jessica Israel is a Senior Computer Science major from Atlanta, Georgia. She loves drawing and writing stories. She can help with Audacity, iMovie, Canva, and HTML/CSS.
Lina is a computer science major with a pathway in digital and visual storytelling. She’s from Dublin, Ohio. Her hobbies include playing video games, playing the flute, drawing, and baking. She can help with Google Suite, a bit of Adobe Photoshop, iMovie, ClipChamp, and Canva as well as coding projects in Python, C, and C++.
Ngoc (Nancy) Nguyen is a sophomore from Vietnam majoring in Econ and minoring in Statistical and Data Analysis. She is interested and spends her free time playing piano, watching movies, and playing games with friends. She can help with Adobe Illustrator, Canva, PowerPoint, Premiere Pro, Microsoft Word, and soon, Blender.
Zhansaya is a sophomore from Astana, Kazakhstan. She is majoring in Global Media & Digital Studies and double minoring in Statistical & Data Sciences and Economics studies. Her digital toolkit includes proficiency in iMovie, Adobe Photoshop, Canva, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Excel.