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Knight DREAM Lab Sofa Area (122B) (Knight Library) Capacity: 12

Knight DREAM Lab Sofa Area (122B)


When is the space available to book?

By appointment or walk-in during fall, winter, and spring term; summer hours are limited.

Monday – 10 AM – 3 PM

Tuesday – 10 AM – 5 PM

Wednesday – 10 AM – 5 PM

Thursday – 10 AM – 5 PM

Friday – 10 AM – 5 PM

Please email for after hours events.

What’s Included in this space?

  • Fit 12 people
  • Large Sony HD monitor
  • Built-in PC and capability to connect your own device or laptop
  • Video conferencing equipment
  • Comfortable sofa fits 6 people
  • High tabletops with 6 chairs
  • Circular coffee table
  • Electrical outlets for charging laptops and devices
  • Data network ports
  • Whiteboards
  • Cables and adapters available for checkout
  • Space Usage Guidelines

Where is the DREAM Lab located?

The Digital Research, Education, and Media Lab is located on the first floor of the Knight Library. For directions visit the UO Campus map.


DREAM Lab logo

What is the DREAM Lab for?

The DREAM Lab is intended to facilitate integration and expansion of digital scholarship, research data management, and educational technology services for the University. It serves as the Libraries’ new shared space for innovative, research-led teaching, experimentation, and consultation for the University’s efforts involving digital scholarship, research data management, digital pedagogy, and use of digital primary source materials and artifacts for teaching, learning, and scholarship.

Faculty and graduate students are welcome to use the space as part of their technology-intensive digital research and education initiatives with a focus on new modes of open scholarly communications and open digital pedagogy praxis.

This includes but not limited to:

  • Digital publishing
  • Supporting digital collections and exhibits development
  • Managing research data and reproducibility
  • Developing open education resources
  • Enhancing instruction design practices
  • Creating and reusing digital primary sources and artifacts
  • Enhancing discipline and interdisciplinary digital research or education projects

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