Digital Learning Lab
The Digital Learning Lab is a non-quiet space in the library for study and collaboration. In addition to numerous study and work areas, there are 5 desktop stations with access to programs like Adobe, Accordance, Videoscribe, and more.
The Digital Learning Lab is located on the third floor of the library, in the North Wing. If you take the main staircase or main elevator and either hallway away from the bookshelves, you will reach the North Wing area. The Digital Learning Lab is room 3132.
Swipe your ID card to access the room. If you have trouble accessing the space, check with an ODL staff member in the office next door between 9-5 Monday-Thursday, 9-12 on Fridays, or email email@example.com for help. We’ll do our best to get your access sorted out within one business day.
Tools to Explore
Citation management tool. import and export citations, create bibliographies, and insert citations.
A Bible study software that provides a variety of tools for biblical interpretation.
An online tool for highlighting any grammar and spelling issues. Suggests how to fix issues as well.
Paper can present your online documents or notes as a slideshow, and offers tools to share your projects remotely.
A web-based program that allows you to design graphics with pre-set templates or from scratch.
A web development platform that will allow you to create and host a website or blog site.
GoSoapBox allows teachers to write quizzes, polls, or discussion questions for instant learner feedback.
An online presentation tool that focuses on learner interaction with quizzes and questions.
A canvas or bulletin board that allows users to post and collaborate with text, images, links, videos, etc.
Allows you to create and share mindmaps and flowcharts. You can build these on your own or work in real-time collaboration.