The Student Technology Assistance Center (STAC), which provides Wright State students with the tools to make productive use of multimedia, will have different hours and services starting in the Fall 2018 semester. These changes are driven by an effort to provide the greatest level of access to the STAC and its tools while accommodating recent decreases in staffing.
Previously, the STAC was open for limited hours but was staffed during all of those hours. Beginning Sunday, August 26, the STAC will be open as a DIY space during all of the library’s open building hours – 95 hours per week. Trained student mentors, known as “STAC Geeks,” will be available Sunday – Thursday from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm to share their experience, skills, and tips for student projects. As always, STAC staff are available for personalized assistance for student projects by appointment.
As of this time, the STAC has also stopped offering 3D printing due to decreases in staffing. The STAC continues to offer two bookable rooms for use: the E-Learning Studio includes a computer terminal with high quality microphone and a webcam, ideal for distance learning needs.