Raynor Memorial Libraries offers more than 1.8 million volumes, hundreds of research databases, computer access, laptops on loan, a multimedia
collection, group study spaces, 24-hour access and library staff members who help researchers from around the world.
Our Digital Scholarship Librarian works with faculty to identify the best tools for digital course assignments and provides instruction on specific tools and
resources for creating digital projects. Courses partnering with the lab can reserve space with technical support. Depending on the level of support you need for
your class, The DSLab offers the following:
assignment & multimedia consultation for faculty and students
customized course instruction >media tutor hours
reserved class time in the lab with technical support
Contact Elizabeth Gibes for more information (email@example.com)
Course Workshops Offered
Creating and Designing Research Posters
Creating Effective Slideshows
Software Orientations: workshops on any of the suite of softwares and digital tools we support. See our full digital toolbox for details.
Finding Images and Sound for Reuse: Multimedia copyright considerations
Resources Available to Courses with Digital Projects
Customized in-class instruction
The Digital Scholarship Librarian, along with Lab staff and subject liaisons can help you envision a digital assignment for your
class! We help identify tools and resources for your students and offer in-class instruction.
Dedicated in-lab Workdays with Technical Assistance
Reserve days for your class to meet in the lab, work with software and equipment with immediate technical assistance.
We've got trained student help available to assist in troubleshooting and technical issues. From exporting video files,
formatting poster files or choosing a files formats for your infographic, we've got you covered. M-TH, 4-8 PM.