Friday, March 18, 2016

Education Library expands "maker space" offerings

A student uses the die cut machine.
Following the national trend of libraries as “maker spaces,” the Education Library has new services available to all University of Kentucky students, faculty, and staff. They now offer new die cut machine templates and a variety of papers, cardstock, and butcher paper. The papers may be used with the die cut machine or in other projects. A laminator and button maker, plus necessary supplies, are also available. 

Use of the machines and supplies is free of charge to members of the university community. While the services are particularly useful for future educators, the Education Library in Dickey Hall is open to all UK students, faculty, and staff.

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