About the studio
The Wilson Research Collaboration Studio (Wilson Studio) is a destination for collaboration and consultation with librarians and other experts in digital scholarship, publishing, geospatial data, entrepreneurship, and learning innovation.
Wilson Studio is designed for scholars at all levels--undergraduates, graduate students and faculty--and in all disciplines.
Users can devise seating and working configurations for small project teams, group seminars, and consultations with information specialists. Portions of the Studio may be booked in advance. While open and welcoming to users of all types and levels, the Studio is not designed for quiet, individual or general purpose study or computer use.
Connecting with expertise
The Studio supports a variety of informal and formal learning activities, designed and driven by the scholarly needs of students and faculty. Informal learning through group work can encompass any subject and any approach, but there is a special emphasis on publishing, digital humanities, data visualization, entrepreneurship, and spatial technologies.
The Studio offers an array of scholarly expertise by appointment:
- Digital scholarship & DASH (Digital Arts, Sciences, & Humanities)
- Subject librarians
- Geospatial data and mapping, including U-Spatial
- Data management and preservation
- Entrepreneurship research and planning
- Learning innovation, including open educational resources & curricular development
These experts are actively engaged in training, experimentation, and project incubation alongside faculty, students, and staff from partner campus units.
To set up a consultation, please fill out a request and we’ll connect you with our experts.