Do you want to access the Makerspace to work on your project? Whether you're a student working on a personal project, or on a senior design project, all are welcome.
The Ingram Hall Makerspace supports class projects, senior design groups, personal projects, etc. To achieve this, access is through our online training on CANVAS. Each piece of equipment has it’s own training modules to read and take. Each space (i.e. Industrial Makerspace, Rapid Prototyping Makerspace, Wood Shop, etc) has it’s own safety overview training and quiz. Some trainings require IPT’s or In Person Trainings which require scheduling ahead of time and working with a MST-II. Some equipment requires scheduling ahead of time. Equipment training specifics can be found under that equipment’s specific module.
If you have any questions, speak to a Makerspace worker at the front information stand or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: Each and every quiz requires a 100 to pass and gain access to that area or quiz. You are allowed a maximum of 5 tries. If you hit this maximum, speak with a Makerspace Student Technician (MST).
To enter the Makerspace, take the “Rapid Prototyping Makerspace Safety Overview” Training Module. Once you’ve achieved a score of a 100, you can then enter the front doors and check in with a Makerspace Student Technician. The MST will confirm your score and grant you access. You can then proceed to check out whatever equipment you have already gained access to.
NOTE: Equipment in the Industrial Makerspace requires special training in person and must be scheduled ahead of time.