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Stuck on an assignment? First, check the optional resources given with the assignment. Review the slides and recordings from lecture. If it's not urgent, bring your question to your lab section. Here are some additional sources of help:

Check in With Your Tweeps

See what other students are stuck on. Maybe someone else has had your problem and solved it? We use Piazza to share password-protected Q&A about course material.

Go to the class Piazza site.

L33T Points: You can receive course credit by answering questions raised by other students on Piazza. More details will be shared in class.

Other students and everyone on the instructors page can see your posts on Piazza. We will all (we hope) try to help you.

Try our "Ask an 'A' Student Service"

If you feel more comfortable asking a peer about a question, you can e-mail Cole via the "Ask an 'A' Student Service". Cole has promised not to disclose the identity of anyone who contacts him. You can contact him via email to:

Contact an Instructor

Instructor: Professor Christian Sandvig
Office: 5385 North Quad
My mailbox is in the Communication Studies 5th floor mailbox room (5334 North Quad)
Office Hours: 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Wednesdays and by appointment
Office Telephone: 734-763-0861

Graduate Student Instructor: Hailey Kim
Office: 5356 North Quad
Office Hours: 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Tuesdays and by appointment

Graduate Student Instructor: Rae Moors
Office: 5344 North Quad
Office Hours: 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Tuesdays and by appointment

Note that Peer Assistants do not hold office hours.

Work in the GroundWorks or The Design Studio

Some students are interested in a place to work on class assignments and the final project where they will have someone on hand to assist them in case they get stuck. The consultants in GroundWorks and the Design Studio (Rooms 1321 & 3360, Duderstadt Center) are generally familiar with many of the technologies covered by our final projects. These labs are staffed with consultants until 9pm M-Th, and 5pm Fridays. (Hours may vary by lab.)