- Libraries & Maker Culture is a resource guide created and maintained by Sharona Ginsberg, the Learning Technologies Librarian at SUNY Oswego. While it offers a number of resources concerning the basics of 3D printing, it is particularly useful for its list of library-based Makerspaces. This is a great way to see how others are implementing this still emerging technology.
- Tales of a 3D Printer is a blog produced by the Maker Club at the Black Pine Circle School, a private K-8 school in the California Bay Area. Many of the posts on the site are written by the middle school students themselves, and they do a wonderful job of walking the reader through their work. The excitement and sense of discovery on display here is really inspiring.
- Fababaloo, started in 2007 by Kerry Stevenson, publishes daily articles with up-to-date information about the field of 3D printing. Recent articles, such an interview with MakerBot CEO Jonathan Jaglom and a commentary on the prospect of 3D printing with concrete, demonstrate the wide range of approaches covered. Their 3D printer buying guide is also a very handy resource.
- Engineering.com’s A Brief History of 3D Printing infographic provides a quick and easy overview of this new technology—that began in 1984!
Phone battery dying? The Main and Science libraries now have charging stations that will work with almost any type of mobile device. The stations are located on the entry level in each library.
Looking for a fun way to share the love on Valentine’s Day? How about borrowing some picture books and juvenile literature from the Curriculum Materials Library,207 Aderhold Hall, to share with the little ones in you life? (The big ones will also be charmed. We promise.) We have pulled some titles into a display, curated by the always creative Stephanie Duque. Need more? We have more than fifty titles to help you celebrate. You can also request delivery of CML books to the Music, Main & Science Libraries by using GIL-Find and the “request delivery” link. We’ll provide the books– and you can provide the cupcakes & flowers.
Celebrate Black History Month at the Curriculum Materials Library, 207 Aderhold. Thanks to our student worker, Stephanie Duque, some of the titles we have for Black History Month are on display:
We have many more books on this topic, so please come by and see what is available. Don’t forget you can also search in GIL-Find and request delivery of CML books to the Music, Main & Science Libraries!
Need more resources or lesson plans? Try these:
Teaching Tolerance : Excellent source for classroom materials from the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Also, for newer titles, a visit to the book publisher’s website may have links to teacher’s guides for that book.
Keep up with new titles for the COE by visiting the New Books & CML News page. There are lots of fun & interesting titles in the CML section featuring our juvenile titles!
The University of Georgia units normally open on weekends, including the UGA Libraries & the Miller Learning Center, will open at noon Saturday.
The Russell Special Collections Libraries will be open 1-5 pm Saturday as usual.
Libraries units outside of Athens & affected by inclement weather will announce their hours.
The Main and Science Libraries will operate with reduced hours in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as follows:
Sunday, January 17 – 1PM to 9PM
Monday, January 18 – CLOSED
Regular semester hours will resume on Tuesday, January 19 – 7:30AM to 2AM.
In observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday, the Miller Learning Center will close early at 7 p.m. on Saturday, January 16. The building will reopen January 19 at 7 a.m. and resume its 24-hour schedule. See mlc.uga.edu/about/hours for building hours.