Resources for Students (should be listed in syllabi)
Teaching Technology Lab (TTL): A multi-function lab space and service offered to the students of Indiana University who are learning and beginning to practice the thoughtful integration of computing technologies into teaching and learning. Wright Room 2010, 856-8454, email@example.com
Office of Disability Services for Students (DSS): Assists with a broad range of services and is responsible for determining reasonable academic accommo-dations for students with both physical and learning disabilities. If you are a student requiring special accommodations of any kind, you should contact this office. Herman B Wells Library, Suite W 302, 855-7578, firstname.lastname@example.org
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS): Support for students who are looking for an opportunity to discuss problems with someone they can trust, including but not limited to serious mental health crises. IU Health Center, 4th floor, 855-5711
Writing Tutorial Services (WTS): Offers free help at any phase of the writing process, from brainstorming to polishing the final draft. When you visit WTS, you’ll find a tutor who is a sympathetic and helpful reader of your prose. Herman B. Wells Library, 1st floor (West Tower), Learning Commons Area, 855-6738
Student Academic Center (SAC): Helps students develop learning strategies, perspectives, and behaviors that can be used to transform their education and their future. This includes courses, free programs, and other services. Whether you’re struggling academically, doing well but would like to do even better, or want to achieve at the pinnacle of your chosen field, the SAC can help.