The Information Science + Information Studies (ISIS) Lab supports information technology exploration for ISIS students, Art, Art History & Visual Studies, and the Media Arts + Sciences community. We have 4 Mac workstations, some with specialized software found only in our lab, a PC workstation, and 3 3D printers, as well as a variety of AV resources and devices. Access is by swipe card, with priority given to ISIS- affiliated faculty, staff and students for research projects and courses. We occasionally offer workshops and training in the space, and co-sponsor the Media Arts + Sciences Rendez-Vous, the Visualization Friday Forum, and other information technology and new media activities on campus. ISIS offers Undergraduate and Graduate Certificates as well.
The ISIS Program and Lab are led by Professor Victoria Szabo in Art, Art History & Visual Studies.