Digital Research, Education, and Media (DREAM) Lab
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The DREAM Lab offers a dedicated space for faculty, staff, GEs, and their students to bring together digital scholarship and digital pedagogy.
The DREAM Lab is a donor-funded initiative intended to facilitate continued integration and expansion of digital scholarship and educational technology services for the University. It will serve as the Libraries’ new shared space for innovative, research-led teaching, experimentation, and consultation for the University’s efforts involving digital scholarship, research data management, and use of primary-source materials and artifacts for teaching, learning, and scholarship. For example, the Lab could be used to hold seminars on digital scholarship tools and systems for the UO community, as well as to host small exhibits.
There are a number of reservable areas in the Lab, including 2 private collaboration rooms, a sofa area with bar-height seating attached, and a 32 seat workshop space. Each of these spaces feature large screens and videoconferencing technology, with support for bringing your own device, including electrical outlets and hardwired data connections everywhere.
Programming for the DREAM Lab includes workshops on digital scholarship tools and techniques, data management and visualization, instructional design, accessibility, user experience, and assessment.