Hornbake Building South 4110
This lab consists of two state-of-the-art collaboration spaces of 15 and 8 seats respectively, CS1 & CS2 (23 seats total), and is ideal for group learning, collaborative design, and hands-on digital curation project development. Group members can take turns sharing documents, images, video, or websites on one of four large screens from personal devices with the push of a button. In addition to using one’s device, twelve Terabyte-drive MacBook Pros with VMWare Fusion (for using Windows) may be used on site and reserved in advance.
|Collaborative Space #1 (CS1):
– For use across all 3 tiers:
|Collaboration Space #2 (CS2):
– 8-seat reconfigurable space:
Hornbake Building South 4110A
Contact: Dr. Kenneth Heger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Digitization Lab is a space for students to gain hands-on experience with digitization equipment utilized in the archival field and career. Students will explore quality control procedures to digital assets, identifying useful metadata, and evaluating potential candidates for digitization. In addition to career-specific learning objectives, students will be able to work with a variety of equipment; this enables students to make managerial decisions in regards to the proper equipment to capture the best possible digital image for their candidates. Please contact Dr. Kenneth Heger or Mary Kendig to reserve the room or a consultation.
The following 16 scanners are available for student and faculty use:
- Legal size documents:
- 1 Epson Expression E11000XL-PH stationary scanner
- Legal size documents and books:
- 2 Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 overhead scanners
- Letter size documents and photographs:
- 5 Epson Perfection V600 (model BH3920) scanners
- 2 HP Scanjet G-4050 flatbed color scanners
- Film and negative slides:
- 3 Wolverine Snap20 14 Megapixels Digital Image Converter scanners
- Photos and postcards:
- 3 Flip-Pal Mobile Scanners
Also, the digitizationLab has a Windows desktop PC (Dell Optiplex 9020 MT CTO) with three 24” monitors.