Checking Out a Laptop:
The Office of Information Technology offers workshop attendees the option to check out laptops in the Academic Computing Building that already have technological tools instructed by Digital Learning Lab Fellows installed unto them. To request a laptop, please email us at least 2 days in advance.
Access Tools Through CGU:
Though we offer multiple workshops on different software applications, please click the button below to check which ones are offered through CGU.
Additional Help With Tools:
Please refer to our "Off-Campus Resources" page under the About Me tab for external help with specific technological tools. Included are step by step Youtube videos, articles with examples and other supporting resources for you to refer to on your own time.
Questions, ideas, or feedback? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (Please note that we do not list a phone number because the DLL is not staffed at all times. Email is the best form of contact.)
The Digital Learning Lab started in Spring 2014 as a collaborative effort between the Student Success Center and the Office of Information Technology. We offer free assistance to students, faculty, and staff. Our team consists of skilled CGU students who are knowledgeable in a variety of technical tools. We provide practical assistance to our clients and help them solve real problems. Everyone is welcome at the Digital Learning Lab. We offer support for clients with beginner, intermediate, and advanced skill sets. Also, the catalogue of tools we assist with expands all the time based on client demand. If you have any suggestions or need help with a technical tool that is not listed on our website, please contact us. We will do our best to facilitate your needs.
The Digital Learning Lab recognizes that excellence in research and teaching today must pay attention to and integrate technology skills. DLL, thus, aims to provide support and learning opportunities that will enhance both scholarship and teaching at CGU.
The Digital Learning Lab supports CGU as a learning community where technology is harnessed in multiple ways to support and strengthen excellence in teaching, research, learning, and administration.
Jessica Delgado is in the Dual-Degree Master's Program for English with a Concentration in Hemispheric and Transational Studies and Cultural Studies with a Concentration in Museum Studies. Her research is based on Decolonization in Museums: Latinx, Chicanx and Indigenous Spectatorship in Southern California; she also specializes in Latina, Chicana and Femme Punk Studies, Queer and Gender Studies and works at the CGU Center for Writing and Rhetoric as a Writing Consultant. She earned her B.A.'s in English and Chican@ Studies at the University of California, Riverside.
Please check back soon to see the OIT Digital Learning Lab Fellows that are excited to instruct you!