There are a number of types of expertise on campus when it comes to working with computers. Some are general in nature and others project specific.
- General Computing Support and Referrals to Specialists - If you have a question or project that entails computer support, the ITS Helpdesk is a great starting point. Student workers from the Helpdesk are also available in the Library at the Research/IT desk.
- Multimedia Editing, Video/Audio Equipment, and Assistance - PEPS (Presentation, Events, and Production Support) has a media lab with the latest in video, audio, and graphic design hardware and software. This is a great place to go and learn how to create or edit image, video and audio resources.
- Computing and Spoken Languages - Many language courses at Carleton make use of a variety software packages to help students learn languages. You may also be interested in computing in languages other than English. Carly Born provides language technology consultations and has a collection of foreign language technology resources online. Going on an off campus program? Think about consulting Carly, Language and Dining Center (LDC) 305
- Computing and the Arts - There ware a myriad of ways in which information technologies intersect with the Arts. In addition to being a performance and new media artist in her own right, Fiona MacNeill is one of Carleton's academic technologists and provides consultations in the uses of information technologies in the arts and in athletic performance. Fiona's office is in Weitz Center for Creativity (WCC) 027B.
- Computing, Social Science Data, and Statistical Software - Have a question about how to get a data set into a statistical package? Want to know about statistical tools available at Carleton? Need help sizing up a data set that is new to you? Paula Lackie can help you with all of these questions. You can find Paula in Center for Mathematics and Computing (CMC) 318.