Digital Knowledge Center
The University of Mary Washington’s Digital Knowledge Center provides peer tutoring to all University students on digital projects and assignments.
Students can schedule one-one-one or small group tutorials with a trained peer tutor on a variety of subjects relating to common systems, technologies, and tools used in courses at UMW. Students interested in sitting down with a tutor to discuss an extra-curricular project are also welcome to schedule appointments. When a tutor is available, the Center also provides walk-in assistance.
The Center is located in room 408 of the Hurley Convergence Center.
Monday: 10AM - 6PM
Tuesday: 11AM - 6PM
Wednesday 10AM - 6PM
Thursday: 11AM - 6PM (Closed 1:30-2:00)
Friday: 10AM - 1PM
Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that offers alternatives to traditional copyright. Through Creative Commons you can obtain various kinds of media or content to legally, fairly and affordably use in your own academic, digital or personal projects.
Domain Fellows Launches
The Digital Knowledge Center is excited to announce a new program for UMW students who are interested in Domain of One’s Own.
Deadline Extended until 4/21/17 at midnight!