Request to Use the Space
We welcome a range of activities in our space, including scholarly talks and lectures, interactive workshops, showcases, and exhibits. We ask that all activities hosted in our space be open to the campus and, when appropriate, the broader public. Scheduling priority is given to the Digital Humanities community and Library staff, followed by activities that relate directly to the digital, and/or to questions of diversity and equity in the digital age. Digital Humanities staff reserve the right to refuse requests that are not explicitly related to digital technologies and culture, computational practices in research and teaching, and/or the impact of the digital.
Our new request form is now live! Go to http://tiny.cc/dhcenter-request.
We are not accepting usage requests for Summer 2018 (May 21-August 21).
We are in the process of revising our usage policy, and are not currently accepting requests for the 2018-2019 academic year. If you would like to use the Learning Glass One Button Recording Studio, please email a DH Center staff member directly.
Members of the SDSU community may currently request to book the following spaces:
- The main DH Center - LA 61
- The Multimedia Practice Presentation Studio - LA 63
- The Learning Glass One Button Recording Studio - LA 61G (please review this brief tutorial in advance of requesting). Learn more about the Learning Glass here.
Note: group study rooms are not currently reservable
Requests will be processed within 1-3 business days; a member of the Library Digital Humanities staff will email you once your request is processed. We cannot guarantee requests made less than three weeks prior to a scheduled event. All event hosts will be asked to review and accept our general use policies prior to the scheduled activity (to be sent separately). Questions can be directed to email@example.com.
* Look for our new DH Center Calendar System, coming online soon!