Science Library Makerspace
The mission of the Science Library Makerspace is to foster an active-learning environment that inspires curiosity, exploration, critical thought, and innovative uses of technology that complement multidisciplinary curricular activities.The Science Library Makerspace cultivates discovery and hands-on learning that enhances intellectual curiosity and student success.The Makerspace is open to all UGA students, staff, faculty, and affiliates for educational, non-commercial purposes.
The Science Library Makerspace supports the UGA Libraries Strategic Plan and advances the University’s mission. If you are interested in integrating Makerspace technologies into courses, classwork, and/or research, please email Andrew Johnson, Emerging Technologies Librarian.
Location: Room 381, Science Library
- Monday through Thursday: 9am - 10pm (unless reserved for instruction)
- Friday: 9am - 9pm (unless reserved for instruction)
- Saturday and Sunday: CLOSED
- 3D Printers and Training (MakerBot Replicator 5th Gen./LulzBot TAZ 5)
- Training sessions: Tuesdays 4:00pm-5:00pm and Wednesdays from 10:00am-11:00am (please email to reserve a spot)
- Virtual Reality (HTC Vive and Oculus Rift)
- P Series Full Spectrum Laser Cutter with a working area of 24" x 18" x 12"
- Available Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons (please email to make an appointment)
- Arduino microcontrollers
- littleBits color-coded electronic building blocks
- Raspbery Pi minicomputers
- Roland STIKA vinyl cutter
- Soldering irons
Visit the Makerspace LibGuide for technology video tutorials, resources, and access and usage policies.