The McGraw Digital Learning Lab (DLL), located on the 100 level of Lewis Science Library, supports the teaching of courses with unconventional formats and/or co-curricular digital learning components. Students and faculty receive support and training in software applications that promote innovative course assignments. The lab's configuration, as a teaching space, promotes collaborative work among students. Contact the Digital Learning Lab by email (email@example.com)or by phone (258-6073) if you have questions or would like more information about reserving the lab.
During Spring 2017, the DLL will feature six advanced design workshops. Organized in collaboration with the School of Architecture, these evening workshops offer a new 4-part design sequence on creating a portfolio. Graduate student-taught sessions on Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign will culminate in a “how to portfolio” workshop offered by a graphic design student from the Lewis Center for the Arts. This new design sequence is intended to help students who are applying for summer travel awards and internships, applying to graduate school, or preparing to enter the job market. The two final workshops focus on advanced concepts in 3D design applications AutoCAD and Rhino.