DigiSpace Fall Hours

Welcome back! DigiSpace will be staffed this term from 1-3 pm most weekdays (in Decary 049) and 6-9 pm (in Decary 204). We are also open on Sundays from 3 – 9 pm (Decary 204). We look forward to helping with digital projects and ePortfolio development!

Thanks for a great year!

DigiSpace will no longer be staffed this term, but the computer lab is still open for use. Our program has grown significantly in the past year. We more than tripled our staff of digital literacy consultants. We launched classroom visits, where we assisted in 23 classes. We had 230 student visits to DigiSpace. We helped more Read More …

Why have a Domain of One’s Own?

The concept of the Domain of Own One’s alludes to Virginia Woolf’s extended essay “A Room of One’s Own.” Woolf, a twentieth-century writer, argued that women writers needed a physical and intellectual space as well as funding to begin contributing to the male-dominated area of composing and deconstructing literature. Jim Groom, working from Gardner Campbell’s Read More …

Digispace is Moving!

The Digispace is moving to Decary 51 computer lab! Beginning in October, we expect to offer additional hours, including some morning hours. Look for updates on this site. Our evening hours will remain Monday-Thursday, 5:00-8:00. Drop by for your ePortfolio and podcasting needs — or just to say hello!

Digital Literacy Consultants Wanted

The Digispace is looking for students to join our team of digital literacy consultants. Applicants must be eligible for federal work study. Skills: · Willingness to learn digital tools and to be flexible in a dynamic environment · Detail-oriented (particularly for tracking lab use) · Welcoming and professional attitude · Reliability and willingness to work Read More …

DigiSpace Fall 2017

Welcome back! Here at the DigiSpace, we are preparing for our opening on Wednesday, September 13 in Marcil 217 A/B. Our veteran consultant Lindzee Ridley will be joined by new consultants, including Teagan Bollman, who has already assisted students in setting up their ePortfolios in a few English Composition classes. We look forward to working Read More …