Welcome to the Digital Resources Laboratory

The Edgar Brown Room was originally dedicated on May 6, 1971. Almost 42 years later, this historic meeting room located at the heart of Clemson University's campus will be re-dedicated as the "Edgar Brown Digital Resources Laboratory" to coincide with a major overhaul in the room's capability and purpose.

About the DRL

Detailed information about the DRL including equipment specifications, an overview of the renovation process, and some background information about the development of this facility:

About the DRL


Library Resources for the DRL

Clemson Libraries can help you find content (images, videos, texts), connect you with resources for teaching with technology, and ensure that you comply with copyright and fair use standards:

Library Resources for the DRL


Interested in using the DRL classes, meetings, or other events?

Just let us know when and how you'd like to use it: submit a brief propsoal. The proposal process for faculty, students, or staff interested in using this space, including DRL use guidelines, can be found here:

DRL Utilization Proposal Form

DRL reservations, training, and use are managed jointly by CCIT and the library administration. The DRL is available for use by curriculum courses, standalone short courses, demonstrations, and other types of meetings. Student users must be working with faculty or staff mentors who are either teaching courses in the room or who are working on the development or implementation of DRL technologies.


DRL User Support

Visit our support pages for operating procedures, best practices, and support contact information:

DRL User Support