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McGraw-Page Library: Makerspace

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About the Makerspace

Library Makerspace 

Makerspace Hours: Fall 2022

- Monday-Friday: 10:00am - 5:00pm


Digital Project Assistance 

Check out the types of digital project.

Drop-in: Monday - Friday, 10:00am - 5:00pm, or email us for appointments:
Brian Faggin Batista, Educational Tech Specialist 
Lily Zhang, Head of Instructional Design & Tech

Walk-in and Equipment & Software Checkout

The computer in the Makerspace has Adobe Creative Cloud installed; use you R-MC username and password to sign in.

Most equipment is available for checkout at the Information Desk when the library is open.

Borrow a license for Adobe Creative Cloud (1-week checkout) or LinkedIn Learning (2-week checkout) by emailing Brian Faggin Batista.


Makerspace Policies and Equipment Usage

The Makerspace Policies and Equipment Usage can be found here.


Button Maker Template

The Button Maker Template can be found here.

What is Makerspace?

Makerspace provides opportunities for students, faculty and staff to interact with digital fabrication and traditional crafting tools for design, creating and prototyping, as well as working with emerging technologies. Priority is given to teaching, course assignments and research activities. Other creative projects are also welcome. 
This short video shows what you can do at the Makerspace.

We provide training and assistance to faculty and students in the design and creation of 3D models, web sites, graphics and media productions. We hold open houses, workshops and individual consultations to help students with course assignment and creative projects.

Faculty who are interested in Instructional Design & Technology, and digital projects for course assignments please visit the library page Teaching, Learning & Scholarship.


MakerSpace Services and Resources:


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We hold open houses and workshops to introduce MakerSpace to students, and
train students on 3D modeling & printing, laser-cutting, and digital media creation.
Check out the 
workshop schedule.

Equipment & Software

Equipment & Software

Students use software and borrow equipment for free. Come try out the VR games,
360° Camera,
 iPads and Adobe Creative Cloud .... See lists of Equipment and Software.

For Your Success: Canvas, Zoom and More

Learn troubleshooting tips for Canvas and Zoom, how to use Canvas Studio for
recording presentations 
and other technology systems for online and
in-person learning. See
details. [Bookmark our CanvasLMS:]

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Creating Digital Projects

Details and instructions on using digital tools for these projects: 
decorative dot 3D Models decorative dot Audio & Podcast decorative dot ePortfolio & Website decorative dot Infographics
decorative dot Poster Presentation Design & Printing
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StoryMap & Timeline decorative dot Videos

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Request for Printing

Important Notes about 3D-print and Laser-cut Requests:

  1. An R-MC community member gets up to four 3D and/or laser cut products a year, free
    of charge, depending on the product sizes and materials used. This limit does not
    apply to course assignments or college-sponsored research projects.
  2. Training is required if you are new to 3D printing or laser cutting. 

Use your R-MC Username and password for the forms. (Do not email us your files.)

Email us for questions:

Brian Faggin Batista, Educational Tech Specialist

Lily Zhang, Head of Instructional Design & Technology