In response to popular demand, the Digital Resources Lab, located on the First Floor of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library is expanding. Construction work is underway to expand the lab into the area where some of the microform collections have been housed and the microform reading equipment has been located. (Microform collections and reading equipment have been moved; see the First Floor Service Desk for assistance).
The Digital Resource Laboratory (DRL) at RBD Library is designed to help Auburn University students, faculty, and staff use multimedia materials in their class assignments and course projects. It does this by providing access to the latest multimedia hardware and software, together with the on-site technical expertise needed to use these resources to best advantage. The DRL is committed to serving the multimedia technology needs of Auburn University students and faculty in all academic disciplines. See the DRL link for more information about the services offered, etc.