THE SPACE

The DREAM Lab has six dedicated reservable and non-reservable spaces for faculty, graduates students, librarians, and archivists to work collaboratively on digital scholarship, research data management, user experience, and educational technology projects and initiatives.

 

The Lab is a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) environment. You’ll need to bring your own laptops, clickers, pointers, web conferencing subscriptions, and other types of devices and applications. Cables and adapters are available for free checkout at the DREAM Lab service desk.

 

 

 

For information about who and how the DREAM Lab can be used, please visit the

 

DREAM Lab’s Usage Guidelines Page

Collaboration Rooms

There are two collaboration rooms available for reservation with AV technology and video conferencing setups. These rooms are good for work that requires some privacy and have limited soundproofing. The DREAM Lab is a BYOD (bringing your own device), e.g. laptops, clickers, web conferencing subscriptions, pointers, environment. UO community members using the space will need to bring appropriate equipment to their gathering. Cables and adapters are available for checkout.

Reservation required.

Workshop Space

The workshop space is an open area that can be separated from the other part of the lab using sliding glass walls. It is a good space if you are meeting with a large group of colleagues, partners, or students specifically for workshopping, trainings, or web conferencing with scholars, educators, community groups outside of UO. Since the DREAM Lab is a BYOD (bringing your own device), e.g. laptops, clickers, web conferencing subscriptions, pointers, environment, UO community members using the space will need to bring their own. Cables and adapters are free to checkout at the DREAM Lab service desk, and a mobile podium is available to use in the space.

Reservation required.

Sofa Area

The sofa area is an open seating area dedicated to problem solving, partnership building, team meetings, and conversation. This space is great if you’re looking to bring a team together that has more than 6 people. It is the only space in the lab that has a local PC available. However, the DREAM Lab is a BYOD (bringing your own device), e.g. laptops, clickers, web conferencing subscriptions, pointers, environment. UO community members using the space will need to bring appropriate equipment to their gathering if a PC is not enough. Cables and adapters are free to checkout at the DREAM Lab service desk.

Reservation required. 

The Alcove

The alcove is an open space between the two collaboration rooms. It is a good space for small gatherings that do not require closed doors. Since the DREAM Lab is a BYOD (bringing your own device), e.g. laptops, clickers, web conferencing subscriptions, pointers, environment, UO community members using the space will need to bring their own. Cables and adapters are free to checkout at the DREAM Lab service desk.

No need to reserve in advance. 

Walk-In Area

The walk-in area has three locations for gathering in the open. It includes a variety of seating and table sizes and arrangements. Since the DREAM Lab is a BYOD (bringing your own device), e.g. laptops, clickers, web conferencing subscriptions, pointers, environment, UO community members using the space will need to bring their own. Cables and adapters are free to checkout at the DREAM Lab service desk.

No need to reserve in advance. 

The entire DREAM Lab is available for reservation. This is a great option if you are interested in hosting a symposium, workshop, training, or another type of event connected to promotion and advancing digital research, learning, and teaching. The DREAM Lab is a BYOD (bringing your own device), e.g. laptops, clickers, web conferencing subscriptions, pointers, environment. UO community members using the space will need to bring appropriate equipment to their gathering. Cables and adapters are available for checkout.

If you are interested in booking the entire DREAM Lab please make a reservation.

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