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.
DSLab is located on the lower-level of Raynor Memorial Libraries. The Lab offers a reservable editing room for media projects, an open classroom with a large
flat panel display, a Mac Lab loaded with Adobe CC, and media equipment and other technology available to loan.
Digital Media Editing Room
The editing room is a dedicated reservable space for editing multimedia projects. Equipped with both a PC and Mac, the room includes Final Cut
7, 10, Avid and Adobe CC. Reserve today.
Microsoft Surface Hub
The Microsoft Surface Hub is a large, touchscreen, interactive monitor with reservable space. It can be used to assist in study groups, presentation preparation, and has numerous applications to explore. Reserve today.
A dedicated work station for working on information Visualization. This Large screen hi-def Mac is loaded with a Tableau Professional license. While
the station is first-come, first-served, Tableau projects take priority.
DSLab workshops and orientations are taught here! This space has 12 flexible tables, 6 moveable whiteboards, a large flat panel display and a
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Mac computers are located in the Lab for media projects. These machines include Adobe CC, iMovie, GarageBand and more.
Working on a media project doesn't mean you have to be a "Mac" Person. Our pod of PC computers are loaded with Adobe CC as well as Movie Maker
and Power BI.
Walk-in help From 4-8 PM Monday-Thursday a dedicated media tutor is available to help you with your immediate technical needs.
We have assessed a number of tools that may assist you in your work. The Digital Toolbox will help you discover tools that are suited specifically to your project needs.