Bobst Digital Studio



Open M-F, 10:00am-6:00pm
Bobst Library, 2nd floor east

The staff of the Digital Studio can serve as a technical consultant to you while you think through your projects, and offers the equipment that you may need to create your sample documents. Their equipment can handle digitization of video, audio, slides, documents and oversize material, and can perform optical character recognition on your scans. The staff have been alerted to our class's projects and can offer one-on-one consultation and access to equipment.


You will need to make appointments to meet with the staff and use equipment, at least two weeks in advance in order to secure equipment. Please use their online form: to make an appointment, and be sure to identify yourself as a student in this course. Please describe your project in the comments section to ensure the best support and advice.


Before consulting with the Digital Studio, please download their Project Assessment Worksheet [] and complete as much of it as you can. This will help you and the staff work through your options.

You may also want to look at their web page describing the tools and services that they offer [] as well as their Tool Comparison Chart [] which gives more detail on these tools.

More info:

Read Jeffrey Bary, Ethan Ehrenberg, Barbara Mack and Kate Monahan's "Visiting the Digital Studio" in Connect (Fall/Winter 2007) []

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