Renovations in our library buildings are underway and will impact the iSpace. The iSpace is temporarily moving to 200S until October, 2019. Soon after, the technology and programming currently available at the iSpace will find a new home in the state of the art CATalyst Studios to be located on the east side of the second floor of the Main Library.
The iSpace is a multidisciplinary learning community and collaborative makerspace where you can participate in academic inquiry, creative endeavors, and lifelong learning. We encourage students to re-envision their research through the use of cutting-edge technologies and by collaborating with interdisciplinary experts.
We value the accessibility of technologies and strive to support our students, faculty, and community by providing workshops, learning resources, and in-person tech support. We also follow a code of conduct ensuring the safety, mutual respect, and support of fellow iSpace community members.
We are open to the campus and community:
We feature regular events such as Friday Tech Talks, Adobe Creative Cloud workshops, Women/Trans/Femme Maker Nights, 3D 4 Everyone Club, and much more. Some events are closed to a general audience. Check our calendar for when the iSpace is specially reserved and closed to the public.
You can also sign up for our email list to get updates about events and other happenings in the iSpace.
You can also book time in our VR Studio to work on your projects or research. VR Studio reservations are for self-directed activities, but our staff is available to help setup or troubleshoot the equipment. If you would like a tour or instruction related session with our VR equipment, please contact us.
3D scanning and printing equipment, a visualization wall, virtual reality headsets, Raspberry Pis, littleBits kits, and more.
The iSpace is moving to Room 200S of the Albert B. Weaver Science-Engineering Library starting April 19.