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Data Visualization

Lab in Randall Library

There will be a Data Visualization Lab built in the Randall Library; the expansion project began in June and will be completed for Fall 2024.

The space will have about a 75 person capacity, but would like to be break-downable to be functional as a class workroom and as a showcase presentation space.

One whole wall (32 feet) will have a large LCD monitor that is high definition and touch enabled—it can show up to 4 screens at once.

The library wants to hear what needs you can foresee having about using this room (including software or technical infrastructure). Please contact Research Data Librarian Lynnee Argabright (argabrightl@uncw.edu) for feedback. Though the lab’s technology budget is set, future ideas for visualization technology is always welcome in order to keep imagining this space suitable for the long-term.

Blueprint of first floor of Randall Library, with Data Viz room circled