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Makerspace: Faculty Resources
Welcome to the Xavier University Library Makerspace!
The Makerspace offers sessions customized to fit your class - no matter the discipline. Work with your library liaison to make arrangements.
The Makerspace is the perfect place for students to explore their creativity, try new things, make mistakes, build and play, and turn their ideas into reality. The Makerspace also provides faculty with a place to put their creative classroom ideas into action. From 3D printing to scrapbooks, bookbinding to laser etching, Lego robots to chap books, coding, circuitry, programming, and more, the Makerspace offers your students a place to create real-world expressions of the theoretical ideas you discuss on class, find practical solutions to issues as varied as adaptive technologies and population control, and learn activities as unique as historically accurate board games. Check out the Makerspace for Education page to learn more about the benefits of incorporating the Makerspace into your curriculum!
Take a look at some example student projects below.