The studio, now known as the Experiential Studio, was completely remodeled late 2019. The location remains the same. We are working on an updated website. In the meantime, if you have any questions about teaching in or using the studio, please contact Matt Armstrong: https://lib.byu.edu/directory/matt-armstrong/.
Understanding the important responsibility Brigham Young University has in preparing 21st century problem solvers, the Harold B. Lee library in 2014 dedicated some space to an interdisciplinary design studio where students, faculty, and librarians from multiple colleges and departments could work together on solving compelling social problems. This website explains the nature of this design studio, the design thinking process, and how faculty, librarians, and students can become involved.
This space is formally known as the Creativity, Innovation, and Design Studio, or more informally as the CID Studio. A steering committee oversees the CID Studio by reviewing applications to teach in the studio, scheduling courses and other events, and planning for the future of the space.
Check out the CID Studio on the 4th floor of the library.
The following links provide information about other CID groups on campus.