What is the Makerspace?
- Makerspace is a catch all term to refer to a service that offers equipment that enables the creation or fabrication of prototypes of designs or customized “parts”.
- The vision for the Walker Library makerspace service is to provide an active-learning experience for students to use technology as a tool and to make it accessible to students of every level of technical expertise.
- The mission is creation across disciplines.
- Research libraries with a makerspace learning area have found them to be instrumental in support of the STEAM (science, technology, engineering Arts and Math) initiatives.
More information about The MakerSpace and policies here: http://library.mtsu.edu/makerspace.php
Training takes one (1) hour. You must arrive on time or you will lose your slot.
Only one (1) person per training session.
Available training times change approximately monthly and are determined on library staffing, popularly of equipment, and supplies available for equipment.
If you are faculty and have special needs or questions about the MakerSpace or training availability pertaining to your curriculum, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use of equipment is available to currently enrolled MTSU students and currently affiliated MTSU faculty and staff.