Tucked in a corner on the first floor of Lewis Library is a state-of-the-art space where faculty can transform how they teach and students can expand the ways and skills they learn. The Digital Learning Lab (DLL) is a multimedia center that supports creative teaching and learning at Princeton.
The lab provides a flexible space for interdisciplinary collaboration focused on teaching and learning with technology. Its high-end computers, optimized for multimedia projects, feature a slate of software tools for projects such as 3-D modeling, film editing, graphic design, data visualization and website development. The lab also has a private audio recording booth.
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