The James B. Duke Memorial Library is exploring the possibility of a "Makerspace" and would like your feedback! A makerspace (also referred to as a hacklab, hackerspace, or fablab) is a community-operated workspace where people with common creative interests, often in computers, technology, science, art or electronic art, crafts, and sewing, can meet, socialize, and collaborate. We are also considering programs and training classes to go along with a makerspace. These programs would provide opportunities for all students, faculty and staff from every discipline to create, experiment and collaborate in a self-directed hands-on learning environment. We hope to offer cross-disciplinary experiences that support the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), #thisisresearch. We feel the library connects the JCSU community to expertise, information and resources to facilitate programs that foster innovation and life-long learning and we need your input.
What is your Student ID number?
A MakerSpace is a place for you to bring your ideas, connect, create and collaborate. What would you be interested in learning in the MakerSpace?
Arduino and Raspberry Pi (elementary circuitry)
Coding in different languages
Handcraft-bags, jewelry, scrapbooks, knitting, textiles, crochet/Sewing/Costume Design-Cosplay
Origami and paper crafts
CNC milling machines (machining process similar to both drilling and cutting)
Audio and Visual Production
Coding and Programming (Tickle App, Raspberry Pi)
Digital Photography and Photo Editing
Game Creation (Video, Board, Card)
Robotics or Electronics
Self Publishing Equipment
Sound and Video Editing
Virtual Reality Tools
Digital Photogrammetry (acquiring dense 3D geometric information for real-world objects)
Digital Fabrication (3D Printer, Laser Cutter, Vinyl Cutter, Watercolor Bot)
Are you interested in Making things?
With other students from other majors
With other students from just your major
With JCSU Alumni
With Community members
With Local Businesses
Are you already making or creating things?
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