Using the Studio during COVID-19
The Studio will be open during Wilson Library open hours. Users must wear a mask per University policy, stay at least six feet away from others, and wash hands frequently. There will be no events, meetings, or Visualization Wall reservations scheduled until further notice. Questions about the Studio can be directed to Lacie McMillin (firstname.lastname@example.org).
About the studio
Are you looking for a space in which to collaborate and consult with librarians and other experts in digital scholarship, publishing, geospatial data, entrepreneurship, or learning innovation? We invite you to bring your voices, ideas, and colleagues to Wilson Studio.
The Wilson Research Collaboration Studio (Wilson Studio) is designed for scholars of all levels looking for a space to work collaboratively — we welcome undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty from any discipline.
Whether you are a part of a small project team, group seminar, or a consultation with information specialists you can create your own custom configurations with the flexible seating, table, and white board options. The Wilson Studio is open to all on a first-come, first-served basis. However, if you’d like to reserve a space, there are portions of Wilson Studio which you may book in advance.
Connecting with expertise
Though the Studio is open to all from any discipline, we offer an array of scholarly expertise by appointment:
- Digital scholarship
- Subject librarians
- Geospatial data and mapping
- Data management and sharing data via DRUM
- Entrepreneurship research and planning
- Learning innovation, including open educational resources & curricular development
Our experts actively engage in training, experimentation, and project incubation alongside faculty, students, and staff from partner campus units.
Want to set up a consultation? Please fill out a request and we’ll connect you with our experts.