This Week in NDSA: New Student Orientation and the Digital Media Projects Lab

This week in NDSA our student group attended the Winter 2015 New Student Orientation to talk about the opportunities and benefits of joining the National Digital Stewardship Alliance Wayne State Student Chapter.

WSU NDSA has joined the other student organizations in SLIS at the new student orientations several times in the past, often bringing along a laptop so that new distance students can chat with one of our distance student members, and ask questions about their experiences.

This year, the new SLIS students joined President Adam Mosseri and Vice President Lauren Schroeder in the School of Library and Information Science’s Digital Media Projects Lab (DMPL) where they discussed the kinds of equipment that are available for student use.

One equipment station in the Digital Media Projects Lab

One equipment station in the Digital Media Projects Lab

WSU NDSA provides students with the opportunity to join us on projects that utilize this equipment and allows students to become members of our active student community. So, if you haven’t already, next term please consider joining WSU NDSA each month to partake in these outstanding opportunities.

This is our last “This Week in NDSA” post for the term! We hope everyone has a pleasant break. See you in January!


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