Resources for students
Independent or collaborative, we are your resource for arts, media and engineering related initiatives, research, community outreach and more.
Available to students as of Fall 2015, the Digital Culture Tutor Center serves as an added resource for students, as well as a dedicated space for learning, collaborating, and socializing with fellow DC students. The Center is student-managed and aimed at assisting students with some of the most complex and challenging concepts in the DC curriculum.
At minimum, students can come to the center for tutoring in the following areas:
- Max/MSP – AME 112, MDC 211
- Processing – AME 230
- Arduino – AME 494 Interactive Materials, AME 394 Building Digital-Physical Systems
- Programming – AME 394 Building Digital-Physical Systems
- Cocoa Programming, C Programming Language – AME 494 Mac Development for Media Arts