Who we are
Student Technology Consultants are undergraduate staff members who are comfortable with various technologies and interested in teaching others how to use them. They provide suggestions and/or recommendations about technologies that support faculty members' teaching preferences, students' learning styles, and course structures.
What we do
Student Technology Consultants partner with faculty, graduate instructors, and teaching assistants from the College of Arts & Sciences to improve the undergraduate student experience.
Technology integration support
STCs collaborate with faculty to provide effective assistance both in and out of the classroom. This support might include training the instructor and/or teaching assistants, providing online or in-person support for students, or offering in-class introductions and demonstrations of new technologies. Watch this video featuring Beth Osnes to learn more about how the Student Technology Consultants can help you.
Visualizing Instructional Practices (VIP) Service
Student Technology Consultants are trained to collect observational data for the Visualizing Instructional Practices Services (VIP), which provides faculty an opportunity to reflect on their teaching with a visual representation of their classroom teaching data.
STCs provide general technology consultations for faculty, outside of class. Topics include how to use a technology, investigating what kinds of tools are available, and determining which tools are the best fit.
Technologies we support
Recent projects have focused on the following tools and technologies:
Other technologies we can support include:
- Canva (web-based graphic design tool)
- GitHub (developers' platform)
- Kubi (remote presence technology)
- Mentimeter (interactive presentation software)
- Adobe Premiere (professional video editing software)
How to partner with us
Contact us if you’re interested in partnering with a Student Technology Consultant by submitting the online request form or by phone at 303-735-3813.