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Students: Resources to Consider While Working on Assignments

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A very important part of joining the the Carleton College community is learning about and engaging people who have expertise that complements your own. This is true of students, faculty, and staff alike. It is part of joining an academic community. The links below point to an impressive range of resources and experts available to Carleton students.

  • Speeches and Presentations

    Giving a speech or presentation as part of a class, your comps, or your work in the community? There are a number of resources to help you learning to use presentation tools, find images or references, design your presentation, or in practicing your talk.
  • Computer Support

    There are a number of types of expertise on campus when it comes to working with computers. Some are general in nature and others specific project types.
  • Research

    Research projects can take many forms. Naturally, there many forms of expertise and types of resources on campus available to students working on research projects.
  • Data

    Robust support is available on campus for working with geospatial and quantitative data. From resource discovery to access to using the data to answer questions, support options are described here. Also find links to Carleton's data collections and tutorials.
  • Digital Media

    Whether you are looking for digital media to experience or you are looking to edit or create a project, there are a lot of resources on campus. Look here for information about media collections as well as equipment and software to create your own.
  • Academic Assistance

    It is common for students to know about one or two sources of academic assistance on campus, but there is so much more. This is a comprehensive list of resources and expertise available to students at Carleton.
  • Writing

    Writing is a critical element of Carleton's curriculum. There are some excellent resources and expertise on campus dedicated to helping students improve their writing.
  • Fortune-Teller

    A visual how-to to fold your own "Carls Have Questions" fortune-teller.