Digital Collaboration Studio
Located on the third floor of Miller Nichols Library, The Digital Collaboration Studio is a cooperative work and teaching space that includes an open area with mobile furniture and high-definition monitors, seminar room with video conferencing capability and digital whiteboard and small collaboration rooms with high-definition monitors. The Studio includes an easy to use audio and video recording studio for oral histories and podcasts. The Studio is designed to support research and education in all disciplines with a focus on the Digital and Public Humanities. It particularly supports the use of digital primary source materials and artifacts for teaching, learning, and scholarship.
Using the Space
The Studio space is open when the building is open. See library hours. The open area includes four tables, each with a wall-mounted display.
- HDMI cables with USB-C adapters are provided to connect personal devices to wall-mounted displays.
- Select Laptop button on the control panel to manually select your connected device.
- If you have trouble connecting check the touch panel at the service desk to make sure Huddle Mode is selected.
- Volume can be controlled by the control panel or your laptop. Please mute audio or use a headset or earbuds to keep from disturbing others in the space.
- Contact IT Help for additional assistance.