Q. What support do the libraries provide to faculty who are interested in incorporating makerspace technology into courses?
Maker-centered, experiential learning opportunities are beneficial to students of all majors, helping students to develop career-ready skills such as judgement and decision making, idea fluency, creativity, failure positivity, and more. The goal of the C+I Makerspace is to work with faculty to integrate maker topics into the curriculum. Sarah Nagle, Creation and Innovation Services Librarian, can help you develop assignments or other course integrations that involve Makerspace technology, design thinking pedagogy, and other creative and innovative topics. Please email Sarah at email@example.com for more information.