The Library will officially open the Maker Space on Monday 11 April 2016.
The Maker Space will be launched by Dr. Pat Morgan, Vice-President for the Student Experience, NUI Galway at 13:00 in the James Hardiman Library foyer (that's inside the security gates). Light food and refreshments are provided.
From 13:30-16:00 the Maker Space will be open to all to view and use the equipment (3d printing, Maker PCs, Raspberry Pis, and Arduinos). Staff will be on hand to demonstrate the hardware and software while answering any questions you may have.
Official opening (13:00)
Pat Morgan (Opening)
Eve Daly (Earth and Ocean sciences)
Dylan Ryan (A student view)
Mary Carty (BlackStone LaunchPad)
Open day (13:30 – 16:00) - optional
Demo of Maker Space equipment and questions
RSVP: by Thursday 7 April 2016 by using the eventbrite page or contact Ann Cullinane.
E: Ann.Cullinane@nuigalway.ie, T: 091 492540.
The Maker Space is a space for engaged teaching and learning. It's an area where students can create, collaborate, share, explore, innovate, and gain new knowledge in groups or individually.
Users of the Maker Space have access to 3D printing, animation and modelling software, Arduino boards and Raspberry Pi hardware.
For more information visit the Maker Space page.