DLINQ’s Studios offer opportunities for students and faculty to critically engage with and research emerging digital practices and technology for the purpose of social impact. Studios are designed to be exploratory, project-oriented, and to provide opportunities within and outside of the formal curriculum.
As they work with DLINQ’s Studios, students and faculty develop digital literacies and practices that prepare them to shape their worlds, even as technologies and their impacts change. Mentorship and guidance as part of Studio projects are key to this outcome. Mentorship and guidance are provided by the DLINQ Studio lead, though members/fellows are also key contributors to ongoing learning in the Studio.