What infrastructure and equipment are offered by the Digital Studio?
The Digital Studio offers project research space for short- and long-term projects in the digital humanities, multiple collaborative learning spaces, post-production, self-service digitisation and digital forensics laboratories, two immersive screens, spaces to accommodate informal project work, and an exhibition hall dedicated to the display of the studio's research.
What services will the Digital Studio provide to users?
The Digital Studio is supported by staff providing specialist expertise for research work in the digital environment, including the (Library and SCIP) Socio-Informaticians who specialise in supporting Art and Humanities and discipline-based Liaison Librarians. Expertise will be available in innovative sociotechnical methods, practices and protocols for accessing, collecting, managing, re-using and curating digital research data and output of significant academic and research value.
The Faculty of Arts eLearning/eTeaching unit (including the Equipment loans facility) are also permanently located on Level 3 of the studio, at the end closest to the teaching spaces.
Digital Studio staff will offer consultations on topics including:
- compliance with funding requirements
- using a digital repository
- assistance with ARC application requirements
- constructing a data management plan
It will provide advice on:
- the identification, access and use of a range of research support software tools
- digitisation and digital forensics
- how to use data analytics to increase a research profile or demonstrate the impact of research
- open access requirements
- copyright and intellectual property