Proposal: Making and makerspaces in the library

Gather, create, invent and learn with Cornell University Library’s new pop-up makerspace! Makerspaces are DIY areas equipped with supplies, where people with any level of experience can drop in, mess around, work together and make stuff. The Library’s new portable kit includes a 3D printer and scanner, Arduino and Littlebits microelectronics kits, button making, basic hardware tools, and more.  

Come to a hands-on demonstration; try making something; discuss the range of applications, programming, and other possibilities for making and makerspaces in the library; and participate in a makerspace design challenge!

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About Madeleine Casad

I'm a digital scholarship librarian at a research university; my educational background is in literature, visual studies, and media. I believe that building stronger interdisciplinary connections between technology and humanities is an ongoing grassroots challenge that can enrich everyone. The more conversation and collaboration, the better!