Studio Technology

A row of computers in the Scott Nygren Scholars Studio.

The Scott Nygren Scholars Studio offers technology to bring digital humanities projects to life. This page lists hardware and software found in the Studio.

For questions about Studio technology or other digital humanities software not listed here, please contact the Digital Scholarship Associate, Tiffany C. Esteban, at tcesteban@ufl.edu or 352-273-2875.


Hardware

  • 90” 1080p LED Display
  • 70” 1080p LED Interactive Touch Screen (Sharp Touch Overlay)
  • Podium with wireless remote and amplifier microphone
  • Webcam with audio conferencing integration
A keyboard, computer cables, and sound board.

Software

The Studio has 4 desktop computers: 3 Windows and 1 Mac. They have a variety of software installed for digital humanities work, some of which have built-in tutorials.

  • Adobe Cloud Suite 2019
    • Acrobat Distiller
    • After Effects
    • Animate
    • Audition
    • Bridge
    • Character Animator
    • Creative Cloud
    • Dreamweaver
    • Illustrator
    • InCopy
    • InDesign
    • Media Encoder
    • Photoshop CC
    • Lightroom
    • Prelude
    • Premiere Pro and Rush
  • Camtasia
  • GitHub Bash and CMD
  • Google Earth Pro
  • Java
  • Microsoft Silverlight
  • OSGeo4W Shell
  • Oxygen XML Editor, Author, and Developer
  • Pandoc
  • Python
  • QGIS Desktop 3.6.3
  • SAGA GIS 2.3.2
  • Tableau Reader 2019.2

This list was last updated in September 2021.

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