Digital Labs and Makerspace
The library have different types of flexible and creative rooms where you can work on data processing and analysis. The rooms can be booked and used by both students and teachers.
In our Data Processing and Analysis Guide, you will find information about the software in the various rooms, the support the library can provide, courses and more.
Digital Library Lab – Ekonomikum
The lab offers study areas and technology for data management, multimedia and visualisation techniques. The room is available for students pursuing candidate degree or above and for employees. Students can enter or leave the lab using their campus card during the same hours you have access to the building. Doctoral students and researchers have access 24/7. Researchers and students from other departments are welcome during the hours the Library for Economic Sciences is open.
Equipment and software
The room has computers with various kinds of software that can be reserved:
- Three computers with data management software, digital media production and visualisation.
- Two computers with software for working with the Eikon database.
You are free to use a computer that has not been reserved. Employees who want to book the lab should contact Ask the Library.
Ångström Visualisation Lab
The lab is available for students and researchers/teachers who want to work creatively with digital visualisation, try virtual reality technology and learn new programs through open workshops. Students can enter or leave the lab using their campus card during the hours the campus is open. Doctoral students and researchers have access 24/7. Students can book individual zones. Teachers and other staff can book the entire room.
Makerspace – Ångström
Ångström Makerspace is a place for creative activities, where you can make prototypes with 3D printers and learn various creative methods through open workshops.
Students can enter or leave the lab using their campus card during the hours the campus is open. Doctoral students and researchers have access 24/7. To use the 3D printer, you need a 3D driver’s license.
Spektrum – The Karin Boye Library
Spectrum is a flexible teaching room in the Karin Boye Library on floor 0. The room has six desktop computers with various kinds of software for data processing and analysis. It can accommodate about 12 people. You can also connect a laptop to a TV screen.
The room is available for library users during library hours except when it is booked for teaching or meetings. If you are a researcher or doctoral student, Spektrum is also available 24/7 using your campus card. Employees who want to book Spektrum should contact Ask the Library.
Spektrum was named after the literary and cultural magazine of the same name that was published in Stockholm between 1931 and 1933 and for which Karin Boye was one of the initiators and editors.