Each table, which seats four to five, has a monitor and its own computer, but will also allow connection for up to four more devices from smartphones to tablets to laptops. Users can toggle between devices to bring their screens up on the monitor, and the process is automatic. No software download is needed.
6 large-screen PCs with scanners for individual work. Software includes the standard public lab programs, with some additions:
Adobe Creative Cloud
Sublime Text Editor
Large-format overhead scanner
(not connected to network; USB memory stick needed.)
2 iMacs (inner office, with the slides)
Digital Scholarship Resources (inner office)
Small collection of books on digital scholarship
Always open during Carpenter library hours.
No reservations required for tables or individual computers; priority for tables is given to groups needing to work together over individuals. Faculty or staff may reserve the entire lab for a class meeting or other academic event by contacting Del Ramers (email@example.com), or by filling out this form (we'll respond to confirm booking, so please follow up if you don't hear from us soon).
Assistance (video or image editing, help with tables, scanning, etc.) is available on a drop-in basis. Contact Del Ramers for an appointment or with special requests.
Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For Digital Scholarship assistance, contact Alicia Peaker.
Our image database is ARTstor, which includes Trico image collections. Faculty who need images for teaching should contact Camilla MacKay for assistance.
Untitled (Mashrabiyyas or latticed windows), Cairo
Bryn Mawr Collections 2010.30.403