Two innovative work spaces have opened in the Raynor Memorial Libraries’ Digital Scholarship Lab. A new sound-damped Digital Media Editing Room, equipped with computers and creative software, is available for recording and editing audio and other media. Mics and other equipment can be borrowed from the nearby service desk.
The lab also now features a Microsoft Surface Hub—an 90″ high-definition touchscreen computer—amid an open, flexible work space. The display is high-definition and accommodates multiple people at once, making it ideal for such activities as white-boarding, group brainstorming, and drafting digital art projects. With the display’s built-in cameras and Skype app, it also is useful for video conferencing.
Marquette students, faculty, and staff can reserve these spaces in advance:
Questions about these spaces and the Digital Scholarship Lab can be directed to Elizabeth Gibes, digital scholarship librarian, at (414) 288-5996.