Digital Writing and Research Studio

Our creative, student-led space features:

  • Mac laptops & desktops with Adobe Creative Suite
  • Digital writing consultants who can work with students on multimodal projects from an idea through production
  • Self-paced and consultant-led instruction on Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, and Premiere Rush
  • A chill place to write and collaborate
  • Free printing for students in WRT classes
  • Free coffee

The studio is open to all students, faculty, and staff in the URI community; however, consultations and printing are reserved for students enrolled in a WRT class.

Who are we?


I am a senior studying Computer Science and Chinese. I am passionate about sharing stories in a creative way through video, audio, and written works.


I’m a double major in Film and Wildlife Conservation Biology at URI. My passion lies in translating science writing into video in order to make science more accessible to the general public.


I’m a Professional and Public Writing student studying technical writing. I love being creative and expressing myself through writing, photography, music, and doodling.


I am a second year master’s student in the Environmental Science and Management track with a focus in communications. I am dedicated to learning the ways which digital writing and media can help tell unique stories, especially those related to conservation and wildlife.


I am a senior Fashion Textiles Merchandising and Design major. I love creating digital media and incorporating visuals and sound in multiple genres.


I am a junior Journalism major here at URI. I am an editor for our
student newspaper, the Good Five Cent Cigar. I absolutely love writing, reading, listening to
music, and exploring any means of creative expression. I love to learn and savor any
opportunity to build my career experience.

Where are we?

We are located in Roosevelt Hall, room 320.

Roosevelt Hall is also home to the Undergraduate Writing Center (Room 009). If your assignment/project contains only text (words on a page or screen), you should schedule a consultation with the Undergraduate Writing Center instead. 

Email us with any questions or comments at