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Technology, Academic/Instructional Programs, and Services
Technology, Academic/Instructional Programs, and Services provides experiences and opportunities for students, staff and faculty to ensure their academic success.
Services are free of charge to WSU-LC students and include:
- Academic Assistance/Tutoring/Study Sessions
- Technology Assistance (TA)/Computer Lab
- Disability Services
For students at all levels of academic proficiency, such opportunities include tutoring, study sessions, and independent/individualized instruction in conjunction with another department and/or through TAPS itself. Computers and materials allow students opportunities to improve their basic skill deficiencies or allow more advanced students to progress more rapidly in certain subjects or skills. In addition, TAPS assists disabled students in the realization of their potential by providing supplemental services on their behalf. Such services may include readers, scribes, extended testing arrangements, test proctoring, tutoring, and textbooks on CD.
Technology Assistance (TA) is an individualized instructional service in TAPS that provides students, staff, and faculty at the Lake Campus an opportunity to become familiar and comfortable with a variety of technological tools to ensure successful learner-centered experiences. For example, using either a Windows or Macintosh environment, visitors can design and create original multimedia assignments, presentations, and displays to augment their academic and professional goals.
For further information, please contact Director John Wolfe at 419-586-0326.
The Lake Campus works in conjunction with the Dayton Campus to assist graduates in locating suitable employment. Employers frequently contact the Lake Campus for their hiring needs, and a website is maintained. A Career Services Liaison is also available.
A vital part of the Lake Campus is the former library, now known as the Learning Center. In the Learning Center students can find:
- One-on-one research assistance
- OhioLINK: This resource network makes virtually all the collections of all the Ohio university and colleges available; most items arrive in 2-4 days.
- Interlibrary loan: Request materials from more than 4,000 other libraries in the U.S. and abroad; Most items arrive within 14 days.
- Course reserves: Online versions of course readings, related materials and other assignments that professors may require are available through University Libraries Website. Circulating reserves are located at the Circulation Desk.
The staff in the Office of the Registrar at the Lake Campus will help qualifying individuals prepare necessary forms and will follow through with the regional Veterans Administration office to ensure that students receive their VA benefits.
Lake Campus students may seek assistance in the Writing Center for help with any type of writing for any course. For more information, please call 419-586-0300.
Lake Campus students in need of additional help with Math courses may seek assistance in the Math Lab. For more information, please call 419-586-0300.