The Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship features 20 workstations available to CWRU and CIA students, staff, faculty, as well as the general public. These workstations have dedicated functions ranging from scanning and A/V editing to high-powered research software like GIS and 3D modeling.
A full list of available software is viewable at researchguides.case.edu/FCsoftware
Multimedia and Digitization
Workstations at the FC are available for creating, processing, and editing audio and video materials. Hardware is available to digitize any type of commercial media from the past 100 years, and available software includes:
Adobe Creative Cloud Suite
Roxio Creator NXT3
Corel Draw Suite
The A/V editing workstations allow users to digitize, edit, study, and export A/V materials with the guidance of our dedicated team of student staff. In addition, these machines come equipped with software to help you create and edit 3D models with software like Sketchup and Agisoft Metashape.
The FC includes workstations dedicated to high-level research software for those who need to learn or utilize tools for working with GIS, network analysis, R, data visualization, statistics, and many more. Some of the software installed on these machines include:
R and R Studio
Our equipment on the Research Floor includes a suite of scanning tools for digitizing documents and each scanning workstation has guides for how to use its associated scanning equipment. Photographs, class notes, large format books? The FC has the right tool for the job.
Available scanning stations include:
Nikon Scan 4
The Freedman Center Research Floor also includes a suite of dedicated viewing stations for patrons who need to view and study movies, documentaries, and other A/V assignments related to their coursework or research. These stations come equipped with headphones and all hardware necessary to view visual materials.
Microfilm viewing stations are also available and equipped with PowerScan3000.