The Learning Skills Lab is one of several labs that provide UAA students access to open use computers. One-on-one assistance with Windows, Mac, Microsoft, and Adobe programs helps students gain a better understanding of programs by walking through each questions in the lab. Help is also offered with logging in and navigating UAA resources (Blackboard, webmail, UAonline, Degree Works) printing and answering questions about other commonly used software programs.
Computers- The Learning Skills Lab has 2 Mac and 12 Windows workstations, one of which is setup through Disability Support Services (DSS) to benefit students in need of additional assistance. All of the stations are accessible to all UAA students using their login and password and each is loaded with common software applications used for word processing, spreadsheets, publishing and presentations such as Microsoft Office and the Adobe Suite. Additional supplemental programs (Accuplacer, Course Compass, Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary and other related software) are also accessible.
Learning Skills Lab
Monday - Thursday
Saturday and Sunday
Closed March 14
The Learning Skills
Lab is located in SMH 119
Please call for
Students who require access to the Adaptive Computing Station's specialty programs have priority for this computer. Training in the use of these stations is available to all students, staff and community members through Disability Support Services.
Printing- The LRC Open Computer Lab has two black-and-white and one color printer available for student use. To print, students must log on to both a lab computer and the lab's Managed Print system using their UAA login, password, and WolfCard. All LRC printers are set up for double-sided printing.
SLED Online Tutoring- As part of the Learning Resources Center's integrated approach to tutoring services, SLED (Statewide Library Electronic Doorway) is available for all UAA students in the areas of English, math, science, social studies, and study skills. Sign in for a live online tutoring session through the Live Homework Help service website at http://sled.alaska.edu/homework.html. This online service is offered seven days a week and is available from noon - 2:00 a.m.