STUG is an entirely student driven organization. Our goal is to better educate students about Tablet PCs, but also serve as the voice for students with matters relating to the Tablet PC program. Students entering Speed School at the University of Louisville may be intimidated by the fact they are required to purchase a Tablet PC. Parents of incoming students may also want to make an educated decision before making this substantial investment in their students education.
Hopefully, the educational videos and informative content on STUG's website can help ease the worries related to purchasing a Tablet PC. While not all of the content on this site may be useful to incoming students, it will hopefully be a useful resource as you start your career at Speed School.
If you have any questions relating to Speed School's Tablet PC program feel free to contact us. However, remember that STUG is a student driven organization and official questions can be directed towards the universities official website relating to the Tablet PC Program.
This video is designed to introduce students attending the University of Louisville Orientation sessions to the Tablet PC program. This video covers the basics of what the program is, what students can expect, and a few basics about their Tablet PC.
If you are curious as to what the Tablet PC program is, this video goes over some of the basics. The Tablet PC program is still very new to everyone. All students entering Speed School are required to purchase a Tablet PC for use in the classroom. Additionally, many professors are using them to help enhance the learning process.