Digital project support is free to UNE students and available by appointment or during drop-in hours at the SASC Commons in Biddeford. Students are assisted by Digital Literacy Consultants, who are undergraduates familiar with the WordPress software running UNEPortfolios in addition to a range of other digital tools used to complete a project – either for a class or out of personal interest.
To make an appointment or check the drop-in hours, use TutorTrac:
- For ePortfolio, iMovie, or Audacity (audio recording and editing), select Digital Project Support
- For green screen use, select Green Screen Filming
Some students meet with a Digital Literacy Consultant because their professors assign digital projects that require students to become familiar with new software. Other students go because they’re seeking some help, access to some software they don’t have on their own computers, or a place where they can work on a digital project with others.
Are you a faculty or staff member who would like to learn more about support offered for digital project work? Click here to contact DigiSpace Coordinator Jen Gennaco to learn more about ePortfolio or digital project support.
Students can also bring their own laptops to the appointments or work on a MacBook Pro. This layout enables a wiki-style approach to project work of the sort that Ward Cunningham (inventor of the wiki, as in Wikipedia) describes below:
(Ward Cunningham on the “wiki way” in a physical space)