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GradTrack is a service offered by the Evans Library to support Florida Tech graduate students.

What is Digital Scholarship?

Digital Tools in the DSL

The Digital Scholarship Lab (DSL) is a state-of-the-art lab that supports digital scholarship, e-research, cross-disciplinary collaboration and innovation. Researchers can access, integrate, and share current and future research across all disciplines using digital tools and resources such as the following:

  • Graphics Intensive Applications - create professional presentations and multi-media productions, including photographic, audio, animation and video editing.
  • Rendering & Visualization - use 3D scanner to make accurate models of medium-sized objects.
  • Large Video Display Wall - use for viewing presentations in a theater-like area.
  • Interactive Computing - can use for team-based activities, presentations, video teleconferencing and active learning.
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) - produce fully detailed maps layered with current and historical data for cross-disciplinary geospatial projects.
  • Modeling - use 3D Modeling software like SolidWorks, Creo and Tableau to create fast simulation.
  • Mathematical calculation and statistical software - find software such as SPSS and MatLab
  • Z Space Virtual Reality - can view interactively models in 3D.  View tutorial .
  • Prototyping and Creation - turn your models created virtually, into low-cost real world prototypes with 3D printing.
  • Technology Lending -check out the latest gadgets and innovative devices available from the iDesk.
  • Workshops and Consulting - check the DSL schedule for upcoming workshops or schedule a consultation.

Technology and Training

Using the DSL

Martin Gallagher, DSL Manager. Contact info: or 321.674.8638.

The DSL is available for use by the entire Florida Tech campus community. Reservations for research sessions, classes, meetings, workshops, and video wall presentations can be coordinated with DSL Support Manager.

You may drop in any time while the library is open.  For more information please visit

GIS, Geospatial Data and Statistical Analysis

Geospatial and Statistical Consultations

The library provides services to help faculty, students connect  with the resources and tools to meet research goals. Services include:

  • helping users find data sets they need to use for their project,
  • introducing users to resources that display data,
  • and showing users how to identify the correct data for their use.

For GIS assistance, contact: Librarian Rob Sippel at 321-674-7585, or