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The Library leverages a wide range of digital library, scholarly publishing, and academic computing tools to assist faculty with ongoing research and instructional needs. Our
Digital Scholarship Services unit is your first point of contact in getting support, and our specialized labs are the place where you can get started.
Reserve a group study room, a work table, or request a meeting space using our reservation system.
A service of the Richardson Library Information Commons, the Scholar’s Lab is a specialized computing space designed to promote collaboration and experimentation with digital content and services across academic disciplines.
The Scholar’s Lab supports advanced DePaul student and faculty research through high powered, flexible, computing devices, equipment, and software, open lab hours that include nights and weekends throughout the academic year, informal and formal events, and opportunities for collaborative research, project design, and teaching. The Scholar's Lab is available for use as an open, informal or formal meeting and workshop space by faculty and staff of the DePaul Community.
The Library leverages a wide range of digital library, scholarly publishing, and academic computing tools to assist faculty with ongoing research and instructional needs, including support for Scholar’s Lab projects.
Our Digital Scholarship Services unit is your first point of contact in getting support.
Learn more abour our services or contact us to start your project now.
The Scholar's Lab is equipped with 6 media:scape tables designed to facilitate collaborative research and learning. Each media:scape collaboration table in the Scholar’s Lab offers the following:
Learn More about the Media:Scape Collaboration Stations
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The Library collaborates with DePaul University Information Services (IS) and various University departments and centers to provide a wide range of software used for teaching and learning purposes.
A list of software currently available on library lab and classroom computers is available from the IS Software for Lab and PC Classroom Computers page. Please contact our Digital Services department to suggest software or other tools needed.
JTR 206 is a small group brainstorming/ideation space equipped with laptops, digital panel, whiteboards, Legos, papercrafting tools and other supplies to help groups come together to discuss problems and sketch potential solutions.
This is a community event, teaching, and workshop space on topics such as digital mapping, text and data mining, 3-D modelling, and data visualization. Seats up to 30 people and tables may be reconfigured.
Reservable by faculty and staff.