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.)
Located in Harper Hall Basement: Harper 22 (office) and Harper 22A (computer lab)
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.
Sarah is a doctoral student in Religion with a focus on the History of Christianity at Claremont Graduate University. Her research interests include heresy and orthodoxy, witchcraft, and ideas of gender and sexuality in early Christianity. She earned her Master's Degree in Biblical Studies from the Claremont School of Theology. Her Bachelor's degree is in Anthropology from the University of South Florida.
DLL Fellows are CGU students from various programs who have extensive technical experience. When scheduling an appointment, please keep in mind that each DLL Fellow offers assistance with different technology tools. You have to use the LIMIT TO button on the appointment schedule to select the technology tool you seek help with.
Thiraput (Poom) Pitichat is currently pursuing his dual MS/MA degrees in Human Resources Design/ Positive Developmental Psychology and Evaluation. His research interests include positive transitioning from school to work, leadership development, digital leadership, mindfulness, human development, and coaching. He is also interested in practicing meditation and exploring inner experience. He has a Bachelor's degree in Business (marketing major and human resources management minor) from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand. He is an international student from Thailand and also works as a graduate student assistant at International Place of the Claremont Colleges (I-Place). His work at I-Place includes assisting international students of the Claremont Colleges and organizing events for students.
Poom can assist you with the following tools (Mac & PC):
MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Digital Design (Publisher, Illustrator, Photoshop), Video Editing (Adobe Premiere, Movie Maker), Presentation Software (Powerpoint, Prezi), Web Design (WordPress), Data Analysis (Atlas.ti, Google Analytics, Qualtrics), Google Web-based software (Gmail, Drive, Docs, Calendar, Hangouts, Scholar, etc.), Citation Management (Mendeley, Refwork), Cloud Storage (Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive), PDF Processing Software (Adobe Acrobat Pro)