Welcome to AsUNeed!
AsUNeed provides you the opportunity to request a technology workshop that you’re interested in. Here’s how it works:
- You indicate your interest in a specific workshop
- When seven or more people indicate their interest in the same topic, we schedule the workshop and notify you when and where it will be
- You register for the workshop
- You show up and learn stuff!
The AsUNeed workshop service is brought to you by the staff of the Belk Library and Information Commons Technology Support Services Team.
Meet Our Instructors:
Scott Rice is the Coordinator of Technology Services and an Associate Professor in the Library. He has an MS in Information Sciences and an MA in Philosophy. His research interests include e-learning, informational and digital literacies, teaching with technology, and educational gaming. He is the co-editor of the book Gaming in Academic Libraries: Collections, Marketing, and Information Literacy.
Wil Cummings is the Digital Media Consultant at Appalachian State University's Belk Library. He has a ED.S. in Technology Education. He manages the Digital Media Studio and the Audio Recording room. He is involved with teaching faculty, staff and students about current technologies and their uses.
Scott Goldstein is the Web Librarian and Assistant Professor in the Library. He has an MLIS and an MA in Philosophy. His research interests include user-centered design, data visualization, and informetrics.
Karl Moretz is a Technology Support Technician in the library. He has many interests, including 3D printing and modeling, audio and video creation. Karl manages the Technology Checkout Desk and 3D printing service for Belk Library.
Hunter Phillips is a Technology Support Technician in the library. His interest is digital media focusing in audio and video production. He also helps manage the Digital Media Studio and Audio Recording Room.
Katherine Alford is a Technology Support Technician in the library. She has a BSBA in Information Systems and an MLIS and MBA. Her interests include troubleshooting software problems, answering research and reference questions and teaching both one-on-one and in a classroom setting.
Hannah is the Emerging Technologies Librarian. Her interests include 3D modeling/printing, electronics projects, digital media and general Making.