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Maker Services at the Library

Share your passion

What are you passionate about? Isn't it awesome when others care about it, too?

Making is about creating but is also about sharing. We're always looking for volunteers to help with events or lead workshops. Share your skills and find others who care about your interests.

Whether you're a student, faculty, staff, or someone from the local area, get in touch and let us know what you care about and how you might see yourself sharing it with others.

In the classroom

Maker learning is closely tied to concepts such as active learning and connected learning. Creation is powerful and engaging, and a great opportunity to apply learned concepts or think about a subject in a different way.

Feel free to borrow the available equipment for your class projects, and to come by the makerspace during open hours to work and get help from others.

Faculty -- do you want to bring maker activities into your classroom? Get in touch with the Learning Technologies Librarian and she'll be happy to work with you, or to help you brainstorm assignments and projects.

Maker Club

Maker Club is an official student organization for people interested in creative activities and learning new creative skills. The club has access to the library's maker equipment and meets in or near the makerspace. If you're a student, feel free to join or attend some meetings. 

Check out Maker Club's Laker Life page for more info.

Your idea here

How else would you like to get involved? What type of making are you interested in that you'd like to see?

The library's Maker Services are intended to be a community-wide project. We'd love to hear your ideas and requests. Please don't hesitate to get in touch!

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