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Academic Libraries as Makerspace: 3D Printing and Knowledge Creation

As part of an ongoing plan to transform an underutilized science and engineering library into a lively incubator for student-faculty collaboration and innovation, staff at the University of Nevada, Reno decided to launch a bold initiative: build a 3D scanning and printing “makerspace” and make it available to the entire campus. The service has been wildly successful with 3D printers running 24 hours a day. Furthermore, positioning the library as a place that facilitates knowledge creation beyond text based tools and resources has been a game changer. Students are highly motivated to learn new skills in order to take advantage of new technologies (Lynda.com gets heavy use); they experiment and iterate quickly to perfect their designs. Even better, students from engineering are now rubbing elbows with people from fields such as biology, computer science, geology, and even art. Like the printing press and the personal computer, 3-D printers have been hailed as a revolutionary device that will ultimately transform the way the world operates.

Academic Libraries as Makerspace: 3D Printing and Knowledge Creation

  1. 1. Photo by Nick Crowl: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/Academic Library as Makerspace: 3D Printing andKnowledge CreationKathlin L. RayUniversity of Nevada, Reno
  2. 2. • What is 3D printing?• Why is it in the library?• Who uses it and for what purpose?• What are the critical success factors?• Where do we go from here?Today’s discussion:
  3. 3. Additive manufacturing or 3D printingis a process of making three dimensionalsolid objects from a digital model.3D printing is achieved using additiveprocesses, where an object is created bylaying down successive layers ofmaterial.What is 3D printing?
  4. 4. Printing - paper or plastic?
  5. 5. 3D printers and scanner1) 3DTouch2) Stratasys uPrint SE PlusPhotos by Nick Crowl: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/3) NextEngine 3D Scanner
  6. 6. 3D printers and scanner1) 3DTouch2) Stratasys uPrint SE PlusPhotos by Nick Crowl: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/3) NextEngine 3D Scanner
  7. 7. • What is 3D printing?• Why in the library?• Who uses it and for what purpose?• What are the critical success factors?• Where do we go from here?Today’s discussion:
  8. 8. Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center“A pioneering information environmentdesigned to nurture creativity andstimulate intellectual inquiry.”
  9. 9. “The single greatest intellectual forceand competitive advantage in the21st century is the rapid assimilationof new knowledge to fuel innovation.”“New knowledge, applied to existingtasks, results in increasedproductivity; new knowledge appliedto new challenges and tasks isfundamental to innovation.”
  10. 10. “Recognizing this critical interplaybetween knowledge and innovation,the University of Nevada, Reno hasestablished one of the first centersin the nation built specifically toembrace these dynamics of the21st century.”
  11. 11. MIT Fab LabsRetrieved 10/26/2012: frankmoss.com, scratch.mit.edu, minecraftprint.comyou could make almost anything, what wouldit be?Give ordinary people the right tools, and theywill design and build the most extraordinarythings. That’s the idea behind Fab Lab. Wereworking to grow a Fab Lab here in DC! Image:Kashuo Bennetts laser-cut parametric model.
  12. 12. DeLaMare Science and Engineering Library (2010)
  13. 13. walls on every floor painted with whiteboard paintPhoto by Tod Colegrove: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/
  14. 14. whiteboard wall contest!
  15. 15. collaboration and conversationPhoto by Tod Colegrove: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/
  16. 16. Photo by Tod Colegrove: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/
  17. 17. Kits: Lego Mindstorms, SparkFun arduino, AR.Drones,MaKey MaKey, button maker, etc.Photo by Nick Crowl:http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/
  18. 18. student project featured on SparkFunhttp://www.sparkfun.com/news/978
  19. 19. • What is 3D printing?• Why in the library?• Who uses it and why?• What are the critical success factors?• Where do we go from here?
  20. 20. Ben King, chemistry“one of the very hard things aboutteaching chemistry is explainingthat molecules have shape. Thisbasically removes that obstacle ...so it will change how we teachchemistry and how we look atmolecules on a daily basis. Itsalso just plain fun."Photo by Tod Colegrove:http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/Photo of King by Jason Hildago from Engadget:http://www.engadget.com/2012/10/19/reshaping-universities-through-3d-printing/
  21. 21. Pavel Solin, applied mathematicsPLaSMRetrieved from: http://hpfem.org/~pavel/Online STEM lab: https://nclab.com/
  22. 22. Chris, computer science + theta tau“I like the networking portion and getting people from other backgroundstogether. You get your average engineering types, but it’s also nice to see thebiologists and the artists coming in here. It allows us to break out of the boxand cross-pollinate in ways we normally can’t.”
  23. 23. Photo by Tod Colegrove:http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/Patrick, marketing + psychology (minor)
  24. 24. Heather, math education + tutorPhoto by Nick Crowl:http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/“I think 3D printing is awesome. Now if Ican’t find a [math educational] resource, Ican just make one.”
  25. 25. Doug, engineering + art
  26. 26. Nick, library staff + photographerPhoto by Nick Crowl:http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/
  27. 27. • What is 3D printing?• Why in the library?• Who uses it and why?• What are the criticalsuccess factors?• Where do we go from here?
  28. 28. 3D resources available on campusDLM Library: Rhino3D, SolidWorks, Autodesk InventorKnowledge Center labs: 3D Studio Max, SolidWorksOnline (free): Blender, SketchUp, TinkercadPhotos by Nick Crowl: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/
  29. 29. 3D printing success requiresextraordinary people and a cultural shiftLisaTod
  30. 30. maker break 1.0
  31. 31. “There are two critical things torealize. First, play is not trivial,frivolous or non-serious, in fact,quite the opposite. Play can be theplace where we do our most seriouslearning. And second, it issomething we do all the time. Whenwe explore, we play. When weexperiment, we play. When wetinker or fiddle, we play. Science isplay. Art is play. Life, to a greatextent, is play. Every great inventionof the past hundred years has hadan element of play in its creation.So we are using the word in a verydeep and serious way.”-John Seely BrownRetrieved from:http://henryjenkins.org/2011/01/a_new_culture_of_learning_an_i_1.htmPhoto by Nick Crowl:http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/
  32. 32. assimilate them (in a good way)Photo by Nick Crowl: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/
  33. 33. Bridgewire collaborationPhoto by Nick Crowl: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/
  34. 34. Reno Collective collaborationRetrieved from: http://hack4reno.com/
  35. 35. • What is 3D printing?• Why in the library?• Who uses it and why?• What are the critical successfactors?• Where do we go fromhere?
  36. 36. embrace the maker ethosretrieved from: makerspace.com
  37. 37. 3D printing enriches learning andpromotes knowledge creationPhoto by Nick Crowl: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dstl_unr/ Right 2 Photos by Will Kurt
  38. 38. it’s okay to fail. expect to.
  39. 39. Chris Anderson, ex editor of Wired:"3D Printing Will BeBigger Than The Web"
  40. 40. Questions?Kathlin L. Ray | Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center | University of Nevada, Renokray@unr.edu
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As part of an ongoing plan to transform an underutilized science and engineering library into a lively incubator for student-faculty collaboration and innovation, staff at the University of Nevada, Reno decided to launch a bold initiative: build a 3D scanning and printing “makerspace” and make it available to the entire campus. The service has been wildly successful with 3D printers running 24 hours a day. Furthermore, positioning the library as a place that facilitates knowledge creation beyond text based tools and resources has been a game changer. Students are highly motivated to learn new skills in order to take advantage of new technologies (Lynda.com gets heavy use); they experiment and iterate quickly to perfect their designs. Even better, students from engineering are now rubbing elbows with people from fields such as biology, computer science, geology, and even art. Like the printing press and the personal computer, 3-D printers have been hailed as a revolutionary device that will ultimately transform the way the world operates.

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