The U.Va. Library offers many ways to create and access digital resources including image scanning, video editing, and online materials in both text and image formats.
Faculty R-Lab (Fiske Kimball Arts Library)
The Faculty R-Lab in the Fiske Kimball Arts Library is reserved for collaborative faculty research projects M – F, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. It contains computers, scanning equipment, a MediaScape table, and monitors. Drop-in hours are noon – 1 p.m. daily, and it is reserved for the Arts Fellows from 1 – 3 p.m. Faculty R-Lab reservations are available 9 a.m. – noon and 3 p.m. – 6 p.m., M – F.
Students may use the R-Lab 6 p.m. – closing on weekdays, and during all regular Library hours on weekends. Student R-Lab reservations are available during these hours.
Robertson Media Center and Digital Media Lab (Clemons Library)
The Robertson Media Center and the Digital Media Lab offer consultation for digital projects and focus on areas involving the convergence of media and technology. Knowledgeable media professionals are available for consultation and project planning in such areas as digital imaging, audiovisual production and post-production, physical interactivity, 2D/3D animation, mobile technologies, as well as visualization and delivery of media content. Contact the RMC or the DML at firstname.lastname@example.org. Equipment reservations are available.
Scholars’ Lab (Alderman Library)
The Scholars’ Lab caters to the digital research and scholarly analysis needs of faculty and advanced students in the humanities and across the disciplines. We specialize in digital project incubation, geospatial analysis and support, digital humanities graduate training, and scholarly making at the intersection of the digital and physical. Staffed with friendly, expert consultants, the Scholars’ Lab is open to all, and is the perfect place to take your work to the next level. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, stop by our Makerspace, or contact us at email@example.com.