The newly renovated space in Room 228 on the 2nd floor of the Murray Library provides faculty and grad students with software, hardware, collaborative tools, and workspace to help support successful digital scholarship. Open from 10am-4pm, the space will operate on a come-and-go basis, except on certain days where the space may be closed for functions. Events that showcase faculty and student research activities will be scheduled throughout the year. Researchers working with undergraduate and/or graduate students can conduct workshops and/or disseminate their research through lectures or classroom sessions in the digital scholarship studio.  Our software and equipment will suit a range of disciplines and presentation styles.

In order to accommodate this wide range of activities, some equipment and services may need to be booked in advance. Contact to book an appointment.

Please note, the Digital Research Centre welcomes all USask researchers, faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students associated with a research project.

For all other USask students looking for access to computers, software, and wireless networks on campus please visit here for locations