Located on the second floor of Linscheid Library, the Digital Humanities Lab (DHL) was envisioned with undergraduate students in mind to create and explore research projects that focus on the digital humanities. Built with funds from the NASNTI HERITAGE grant program, the lab houses 12 iMacs, a smart projector, a large format printer, a 3-D printer, a color printer, and a high-resolution book scanner.
Students can use the book scanner and Mac computers anytime the library is open, as long as the lab is not reserved for a class.
Instructors can talk to their liaison librarian about booking the lab for classroom use.
Community organizations wishing to use the space should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Epson Surecolor P8000 Commercial Large-Format Inkjet printer has a built-in rotary cutter and can produce a 16x20" print in two minutes. This printer can have a maximum paper size of 44".
Talk to your instructor or liaison librarian to get access to printing.
The Bookeye 4 scanner digitizes source material into high-resolution images up to 400 dpi. The mirror mechanism captures the image precisely from edge to edge, whether it is a flat document or a book open at an angle of 120 degrees.
Due to social distancing practices in the library, the DHL iMacs are currently available by appointment only. Reservations are limited to a maximum of 4 hours. If you need to reserve more time, please visit the Collection Services Office on the 2nd floor of the library.
The Dremel Digilab 3D45 printer has a maximum build volume of 10" x 6" x 6.7" (254mm x 154mm x 170mm). There are four types of filament available:
Talk to your instructor or liaison librarian to get access to printing. For help with 3D printing specifications, you can schedule a one-one-one appointment with your liaison librarian.