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Learn How to Become a Maker at Albertsons Library

By: Brady W Moore   Published 10:16 pm / July 25, 2017

The MakerLab and the Make It spaces host a variety of classes, groups, clubs and team building events. Librarians and students work with everyone to craft a unique instruction session or group training to help folks on campus gain creative confidence and learn to identify as a maker.

Photo of students working on a project in the Maker Lab. Some examples of types of instruction include programming Arduino microcomputers, 3D printing training, origami making, 3D design, or even building and taking apart new projects.

If you would like to bring in a class or group to the makerspace, please visit the MakerLab website where you’ll find information about types of instruction, workshops and available equipment, including a form to request makerspace instruction.

The makerspace leaders enjoy working with anyone interested in boosting their skills in making.