The STA Program consists of five undergraduate students. Each is knowledgeable in all aspects of instructional technology and applications and are dedicated to helping you overcome any obstacle you may encounter.
Below is a pertinent summary of the team members that are at your disposal:
Hello, I am Rayan from Beirut, Lebanon, and I'll be glad to help you at the STA office. My area of expertise covers Mac-related tasks as well as blogging (Movable Type), and capturing audio/video, as well as creating DVDs, CDs, etc for different reasons and with different attributes. I also may be able to help with some HTML.
The languages I speak are Arabic, English, and French.
Hello! My name is Andres (you can call me Andy) and I am a sophomore that will always be more than willing to help you with any problem that you encounter. I would specifically be able to help you with a number of broad issues on both the Mac and Windows XP/Vista platforms. Also, I am particularly adept with the visual aspect of the Multimedia Development Studio and would be happy to help you digitize your VHS or DV tapes. I could also be of help in the Website Design and HTML realm. I can also help with multi-lingual software (I speak English, French, and Spanish). I look forward to seeing you in the office!
Hi, I am Nicolae Dragu and I am from Romania. I am a junior at Trinity College and I am planning on majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Architectural Studies. My personal interests are computer graphics, architecture, photography, games, electric guitars (music), good movies, foreign languages... and a lot of other interesting things. I have been part of the Student Technology Assistant Program since my first year at the college and during my time here I have accumulated experience in various domains related to technology.
My name is Tashi and I specialize on topics related to Blackboard, Moodle and the Sympodium system. I am also quite handy with scanning, printing and digitizing issues. A pretty big fan of gadgets, I religiously keep track of all the latest happenings in the tech world. I speak Nepali, English, and Hindi.
My name is Dobromir Trifonov, usually called Dobro, and I am a student from the class of 2013. My primary academic interest is in the field of Economics, but I like to keep myself updated on technology, too. I'd be glad to provide any help with various technologically-related questions or problems. I speak English, Bulgarian, Spanish and I can do well with Russian.
Feel free to stop by or contact the STA Program today at:
LITC, The Blume Center, Room 134.
Office Hours: 1-6 pm (Mon-Fri)
Facebook: Student Technology Assistant Group
Twitter: TrinitySTAA collaborative initiative from Academic Computing and the Blume Language & Culture Learning Center