Clemson University Libraries has partnered with CCIT and Dell, including support from the National Science Foundation, to develop and implement a first-of-its-kind multidisciplinary, multipurpose meeting space focused on enabling Clemson students and researchers from all academic disciplines with the very latest technologies in high-performance computing, remote collaboration, and information visualization. The Digital Resources Laboratory (DRL) is a bold first step for Clemson in creating new learning spaces on campus where all members of the campus community are invited to both learn about advanced computing technologies as well as use those technologies to enhance teaching and research.
An advanced computing technologies laboratory and meeting space for all disciplines
Intended for use by all faculty, staff, and students for classes, projects, and other activities
Centrally-located on campus (in the Cooper Library), not associated with any particular department
A place to experiment with new technologies, collaboration approaches, and new capabilities
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 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.
For technical information about the DRL, please contact Galen Collier (864-656-5268).
For policy information and usage guidelines, please contact Kay Wall (864-656-5169).
|Kay Wall||Sponsor (Libraries)||864-656-5169 (office)||email@example.com|
|Jim Bottum||Sponsor (CCIT)||864-656-8100 (office)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Reggie Coachman||Project Manager||941-840-2607 (mobile)||email@example.com|
|Tim Howard||Project Manager (mentor)||864-656-4460 (office)
|Phillip Addington||Facilities Project Manager||864-643-6164 (mobile)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nathan Long||Audio Visual Technical Support Lead||864-656-8127 (office)||email@example.com|
|Galen Collier||Advanced Computing Technical Lead||864-656-5268 (office)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Chuck Heck||Audio Visual Infrastructure Lead||864-656-3710 (office)||email@example.com|
|Teri Alexander||Library Facilities Lead||864-656-5172 (office)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Micki Reid||Media Content||864-656-2681 (office)||email@example.com|
|Dwayne Fennell||Network Services||864-656-8141 (office)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Earle Hungerford||Architect||864-242-2033 (mobile)||email@example.com|
|David Moore||Architect||864-915-3283 (mobile)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nathan Bohlmann||CCIT Financial Coordinator||864-656-2609 (office)||email@example.com|
|Barry Anderson||University Planning||864-643-6206 (mobile)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Deb Charles||Customer Support & PC||864-656-8144 (office)||email@example.com|
|Eric Shoaf||University Libraries||864-656-5731 (office)||firstname.lastname@example.org|