Davidson continues to create spaces that encourage digital learning and collaboration.
While most digital studies courses take place in Studio D or in the library basement digital classroom, our students also take advantage of co-curricular and learning opportunities in the campus makerspace and learning resources center.
Studio M is Davidson's makerspace, a community-oriented workspace designed to encourage collaboration between people with common interests. With 3D printers, laser engravers, VR simulators, vinyl cutters, shirt presses, and various other tools available for all students and staff to use, it’s easy to find something that will spark your creativity! Whatever project you may have in mind, we can help you develop it. Everything starts with a visit.
Located in room B260 in the south basement of Chambers, Studio M is open Sunday through Wednesday from 4 p.m.-11 p.m. Or, if you would like to make an appointment feel free to email Trey Noe (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Griffin Whalen (email@example.com).
Studio D is designated for experimental technology in the classroom. Studio D can seat up to 35 people comfortably. During the semester the room is reserved for the Speaking Center, Sunday-Thursday from 8-11 p.m.
Reservation priority is held in the following order:
- Matters related to innovative teaching (Pedagogy & Experiential)
- Speakers related to Teaching and Learning and Conversations about Teaching (CAT)
Room requests must be made at least one hour before reserved time. Reservation requests have to be made between the hours of 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. This includes requests for weekend reservations.
To make inquiries about using Studio D for innovative teaching, please contact Digital Learning at firstname.lastname@example.org