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Digital Labs

The University of Cincinnati Libraries offer many ways to create and access digital resources in a variety of spaces across campus.

STRC

Student Technology Resources Center

STRC - Student Technology Resources Center

Langsam Library, Fourth Floor

The STRC is a student-centered service area designed to provide instructional technology resources and services to assist students who require specific software or equipment to complete course assignments. In the STRC, students are able to:

  • Design Web pages using Dreamweaver, MS Publisher, or html
  • Convert one format to another (photo to digital photo, etc.)
  • Create CDs or DVDs
  • Scan images and work with Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, InDesign, MS imaging
  • Create presentations in PowerPoint or Flash.
  • Work with technology for digital video editing
  • Receive assistance in preparing Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Programs available: Photoshop, Bridge CS5, Media Encoder, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash Catalyst, Flash Professional, Illustrator, InDesign, LiveCycle Designer. In the editing suites: Premiere Pro, After Effects, Encore

Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are recommended for larger projects such as non-linear digital editing. The hours for the STRC are available online

The STRC is funded in part by Information and Technology Instructional Equipment fees.

Contact: Jay Sinnard, STRC Operations Manager, (513) 556-1468

HSL

HSL

Coming Soon! 

Informatics Lab

Health Sciences Library

Contact: Kristen Burgess

Research Commons

Research Commons

Coming soon!

Research Commons

Science and Engineering Libraries

Contact: Ted Baldwin

Computer Labs

Each library has computer available for students to use. Below is a listing of the various computer labs.

CECH Computer Lab

CECH Computer Lab

CECH Computer Lab

CECH Library

Hardware: 12 computers, 2 scanners, black and white laser printer, color laster printer

Software: Adobe Acrobat X Pro, Adobe Dreamweaver CS6, Adobe Fireworks CS6, Adobe Flash Professional CS6, Adobe Illustrator CS6, Adobe InDesign CS6, Adobe Photoshop CS6, ArcCatalog 10, ArcGlobe 10, ArcMap 10, ArcScene 10, Audacity, HLM 6.06, IBM SPSS Statistics 20, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Expression Blend 4, Microsoft Expression Design 4, Microsoft Expression Encoder 4, Microsoft Expression Web 4, Microsoft Office Suite 2010 including: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Project and Publisher, Microsoft Visio 2010, Mindview 4.0, Mozilla Firefox, NetBeans IDE 7.2, Notepad ++, NVIVO 10, R i386 2.15.1, SMART Notebook 11, StataSE 12, vAlice3_1, vEclipse 32, Vkbpro

Contact: Lori Choudhury

DAAP Computer Lab

DAAP Computer Lab

DAAP Computer Lab

DAAP Library

Our lab consists of 14 Apple iMacs, each of which is running OSX 10.8.4 & is equipped with the Adobe CS6 Design suite as well as Microsoft Office, and software/plugins including Keyshot, Autodesk products (Maya, AliasAutomotive, and SketchbookPRO).

8 of our iMacs are 21.5” monitors, three of which are connected to Epson scanners. 6 iMacs are 27” monitors. 5 are attached to Epson scanners. B&W printing only in the DAAP Library.

Contact: Jen Krivickas

HSL Computer Lab

HSL Computer Lab

HSL Computer Lab

Health Sciences Library

90 seat computer lab

Hardware: 91 Computers (66 Dell Optiplex 790, 12 Dell Optiplex 7010, 8 Dell Optiplex 780, 5 Printer Release Stations (Dell Optiplex 755))
5 Printers (4 HP Laserjet 602dn, 1 HP Color Laserjet 4700dn), 5 Epson Perfection V200 scanners, 1 Nikon LS-2000 slide scanner, 1 Crestron Airmedia unit (to be installed 2/14)

Software: Microsoft Office 2010 (Access, Excel, InfoPath Designer, InfoPath Filler, Picture Manager, PowerPoint, Publisher, Word), Adobe Acrobat Reader and Pro, Flash Player, Shockwave Player, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Java Plugin, MacAfee, Quicktime Player, SAS, Windows Media Player, Microsoft Silverlight, Turningpoint, QuestionMark Secure Browser, Citrix Online Plugin, Epson Scanning software, Histology Image Review, Neurolab, Nutrition in Medicine, RALE Lung Sounds, RASWIN, Cardiac Auscultation, Dermatology, Pharm-Cardio

Contact: Peter Poulos

CEAS Library Info Commons

CEAS Library Info Commons

Info Commons at the CEAS Library

College of Engineering and Applied Science Library

Hardware: 16 Computers + 1 Pharos Printer

Info-Commons has a Photocopier, Scanner and a large Whiteboard for group collaboration. 10 unassigned seats provide electrical outlets for laptop users.

Software: Microsoft Office 2010 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher), Remote Application (Virtual Workstation) to access MATLAB R2013a and Wolfram Mathematica 8, Firefox, Internet Explorer

Hours: Info-Commons is open 24 x 7. ​After CEAS Library hours, it is available to CEAS students, staff, and faculty via card swipe.

Contact: 513-556-1550

UCL Langsam Library Info Commons

UCL Langsam Library Info Commons

Info Commons - Langsam Library

Langsam Library

Instructional technology resources and services to assist students who require specific software or equipment to complete course assignments.

Hardware: 80 computers

Software: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Publisher, IE, Firefox, and Google Chrome.

Contact: Pam Bach

Elze L. Schulze Info Commons at the Chemistry-Biology Library

Hardware: 26 Computers + 1 Pharos Printer

Info-Commons has a Photocopier and Scanner.

Software: Microsoft Office 2010 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher), Firefox, Internet Explorer, selected scientific software (e.g., ChemDraw, Gaussian, Spartan).

Hours: Info-Commons is open 24 x 7. ​After Chem-Bio Library hours, it is available to graduate students & faculty in Chemistry and Biology via card swipe.

Contact: 513-556-1498 or Ted Baldwin

UCIT@Langsam

UCIT@Langsam

UCIT@Langsam Computer Lab

540 Langsam Library

View software and hardware available in the UCIT labs.

Policy and Guidelines for the lab

Contact: 513-556-0168

Hours: Open 24/7