The following labs are affiliated with the Center for Digital Humanities and are available to both faculty and students. Located in Public Affairs, Rolfe Hall, and the Young Research Library, these resources foster collaboration across multiple disciplines through the use of various technologies. Click the appropriate links to find out more about the type of technical support that is provided and how to reserve each space.
Located at: 1023 Public Affairs Building
CDH is working to create innovative learning environments using a custom teaching space entitled the Experimental Learning Facility (ELF). The space is configured for small classes in a seminar format and is currently equipped with a large screen monitor and teleconferencing tools. It may also be reserved for a workshop as available.
Located at: Rolfe Hall 2118
The Learning Lab @Rolfe provides computing resources across the Humanities with 47 Mac workstations and an instructor station all connected to a projection system. Largely used for undergraduate instructional classes and exams, the space also supports a team of lab consultants that assists with any technical issues that may arise.
Located at: Young Research Library Research Commons
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Access to the SIL is given on a rolling basis.
Breaking down disciplinary boundaries, the Scholarly Innovation Labs (SILs) provides the space, resources, and a community needed to stimulate innovative and collaborative scholarship.