|Email Help||Available||Email firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Consultations||Virtual & In-person||Use the Appointment Scheduler to self-schedule|
|Workshops||Virtual & In-person||See the Workshop Schedule or request one for your small group.|
|Class Instruction||Virtual & In-person||Contact Us with your needs.|
|Computer Lab||Open||See the pages on our software guide for access to each software. Contact us for additional options.|
|Drop-In Assistance||Unavailable during Summer|
|If you have an in-depth, specialized question, it's best to schedule an appointment.|
DiSC has many online InfoGuides with information about the most common issues people encounter. These will continue to be available and updated.
As always, you can get assistance with any of your data needs by emailing email@example.com. We typically reply within 1 business day.
DiSC consultants continue to be available for appointments, both in-person and virtually. The university has a subscription to Zoom which enables video chat and screensharing.
Nearly all DiSC software is available for out-of-lab use, as much of it is freely available or on the ITS Virtual Computer Lab. See our software list and the individual page for information, including download links and related software. If you need additional assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Access to Data
Almost all library resources, including data, are available from off campus. For subscription sources, be sure to use links to the databases through the library website such as Subject List or the A-Z List so that you will be asked to log in. Again, if you can’t find what you need, ask us.
- Find Data & Statistics: Best Places to Start – useful for accessing sources for looking up statistics on a topic or building a quick table.
- Find Data for Analysis – useful for finding datasets and data sources for data analysis projects.