How To Get Started in a lab, especially with technology . . .
Your instructor is your best resource for direction. Bring your course syllabus, current assignments, and examples of your work with your teacher’s comments so the lab monitor can help direct you to the most useful programs and tools. Resist the mindset of "I just need more lab hours"; push more into finding ways to enhance the classroom-lab relationship and, thus, your learning. Try this lab guide. Use the Web Resources, Activity Form, and Activity Guide to learn more about the programs and web links for reading and writing practice to support your classwork. See and hear what people are saying about teaching and learning in Cyberia.
Cyberia I is located on the Ocean campus in Arts Extension 265, across campus from the Writing and Reading Labs but close to many English classrooms. For further information about reserved class/lab time, please read the daily class schedule, which is constantly updated. Please also see the Lab Page's open lab schedules for the Writing Lab and the Reading Lab.
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