An interdisciplinary and collaborative space to support digital scholarship and connect students and faculty to innovative technologies to achieve learning discovery objectives and realize creative endeavors.
3D and VR/AR Workstation: equipped with Oculus Quest and Vive headsets, Einscan SE 3D scanner, Adobe Suite, Maya, Unity, VRTK, and more.
Digital Humanities Workstation: equipped with three monitors, Adobe Creative Suite, PHP, Anaconda, Visual Studio Code, Git Bash, and more. Includes links to Omeka, Voyant and other popular open source tools and platforms.
Digitization and Editing Workstation: equipped with public scanner, Adobe Creative Suite, Maya, Unity, VRTK, Visual Studio Code, Git Bash, and more.
mDON includes a wide variety of campus-related primary source material as well as archival collections developed in cooperation with community partners.
Fort Wayne Free Press was an alternative newspaper published from 1970-1973. Its stated purpose was "to seek out and disseminate to the public news and opinions on social issues relating to the Fort Wayne community and to act in the supporting role of community organization for individuals and groups in the community."
Need help with copyright questions? Have a digital project idea and not sure of the next step? Curious about a digital humanities tool? Looking to incorporate digital work into your curriculum? We can help!