Brown Rockefeller Digital Studio

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A home for digital scholarship on the Brown University campus, open to all faculty and students, the Sidney E. Frank Digital Studio contains a 3D printer, 3D scanner, large-format plotter printer, and a fully equipped, soundproof audio/video recording studio. Expanding on the concept and functionality of the adjacent Patrick Ma Digital Scholarship Lab, the Digital Studio facilitates both short-term and extended engagements with academic questions that benefit from the infusion of technology and new methodologies in research and learning.

This 4,500-square-foot space in the Rockefeller Library welcomes scholars at all levels into conversations and result-driven actions, whether they have come to consult on the content and design of digital projects, model or analyze data, create prototyped or finished multimedia presentations, learn a new tool, or explore the integration of traditional resources into novel forms of research and scholarship.


subsector Digital
user Faculty Grad Postdoc Staff Undergrads University
type Lab Resources Software