Student Digital Life provides a variety of study, meeting, and presentation spaces in our two largest centers, the Learning Commons at the Woodruff Library and the Computing Center at Cox Hall.
SPACES, LABS, AND WORKSTATIONS
Need a place to study? Make an appointment for access to library buildings and individual study spaces.
Student Digital Life provides a variety of spaces and technology across campus. Use the links below for more information.
Information on Woodruff Library graduate study rooms, faculty studies, carrels, short-term individual study rooms.
Emory Libraries have a number of resources dedicated to both the consumption and creation of augmented and virtual reality based content.
MediaLab provides resources and technology for graphic design, media editing, and poster printing.
The Student Production Studio facilitates video, photo, and audio production in a configurable studio setting.
The Music and Audio Recording Studio (MARCS) is dedicated to podcast, voice-over, vocal, and musical instrument recording and sound mixing.
User-friendly podcast production with industry-standard equipment for up to four on-site participants and seamless remote guests integration.
REQUESTS AND SUBMISSIONS
Do you need materials from outside the Emory Libraries system? Submit an Interlibrary Loan (ILL) request.
Emory University faculty, staff, and graduate students can request article or chapter scans from certain Emory Libraries items in physical format.
HARDWARE AND TECHNOLOGY
Emory University has Wi-Fi capabilities available in all public spaces including the Libraries.
Helping authorized users more easily connect to library and university resources from anywhere.
Student Technology Support (STS) is a free service for Emory students providing technical support and assistance for a variety of issues on student-owned devices.