The primary goal of the makerspace is to support student learning. In many cases, this learning will come as a result of the integration of maker tools and resources into program and course curricula. We acknowledge that the integration of maker technologies and assignments feels more natural in some disciplines than others and that faculty have varying levels of experience and comfort with maker resources. We are committed to working with individual faculty members to identify the maker competencies they seek to develop in students and then to collaborating with them to create valuable learning experiences. The makerspace partners with the Center for Teaching and Learning to provide support for curricular integration of maker technologies. For assistance, please email Megan Weatherly at email@example.com.
The makerspace is temporarily located in the LINC Classroom on the first floor of Steen Library. Due to space and personnel limitations in spring 2023, we are primarily supporting classes participating in our pilot program. If you are a faculty member interested in one of your classes participating in our pilot program, complete this form.
We are actively working with faculty seeking to utilize the makerspace in courses and research following our grand opening in fall 2023. We would love to work with you!