If you’re looking to embed experiential and creative learning opportunities into your courses, we can help!
The Makerspace has a wide range of ‘critical making’ technological hardware, software, and staff with the technical expertise to facilitate in-person or virtual seminars and/or workshops. Contact us to book a workshop.
Long-Term Equipment Loans
Faculty and instructors may request the use of audio/video equipment for the duration of the term. Reach out if you would like technology recommendations for your projects, assignments, or courses.
The Makerspace has partnered with the Department Digital Humanities to offer students a makerspace focused course. Every year students have an opportunity to take IASC 1P03 – Makerspace Foundations and learn about the history, technology and current impact making and DIY culture have on higher education and various communities. This course also provides ways to gain technology and digital literacy through project-based learning. This course is taught by our very own Tabitha Lewis, the lead conceptual designer and coordinator of the Brock University Library Makerspace and a Brock graduate.