Student Software Trainers: Creative Work, Teachings, and Strategies

Tuesday, February 19 | 2:15PM–3:00PM PT | Pacific Promenade - Poster08
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster Session
Purdue's Student Software Trainers (SSTs)—undergraduate students in various computer science, computer graphic technology, and engineering majors—provide online tutorials, in-class, and open workshops on the Adobe Creative Suite, MATLAB, Python, and more. The students leverage their studies in a professional setting to help anyone on campus learn about our specific software. Through SSTs' explorations, learn about the various ways that college students and faculty enjoy learning about technology and creative software. Learn how the trainers utilize social media, a flipped classroom model, and hands-on workshops to help boilermakers at all corners of campus.

Outcomes: Understand the value of student employees and the creative outlets available through campus partnerships * Be able to plan how to receive student feedback to improve student success * Articulate ways to engage students in class through various mediums


  • Elizabeth Hudson

    Educational Technology Consultant, Purdue University

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  • Student Software Trainers Creative Work Teachings and Strategies

    Updated on 11/26/2019