Information Services is pleased to introduce the Maker Space in the University Library. The Maker Space contains facilities for 3D scanning, 3D printing and learning about the basics of coding.
The space will be open to all students to enhance their digital creativity skills, which are increasingly relevant across all disciplines.
The Maker Space is in a new space on Level 4 of the Library, next door to Training Lab 2. Access is controlled by a keycode lock. When you have had an introductory session from one of our staff or volunteers, you will be given the combination code so that you can access the Space yourself thereafter.
In 2017, IS put in a bid to the Stirling Fund for a Glowforge laser cutter. We won our award and the laser cutter is on order, due for delivery in June 2018.
If you're interested in using the Maker Space, please email us or pop into the Info Centre on Level 2 of the Library (IT end).
We'll put you in touch with one of our student volunteers who will take you through the basic induction.