In this series we engage Makers from all areas of the maker movement to share how successful makerspaces' have forged their story. Makerspaces are unique to their community, and grow based on those who use them.
The Texas Tech University Library offers a newly-expanded Makerspace with 3D printing, 3D scanning, laser cutting, textiling, and other maker technology in an area available to all students, faculty, and staff. Their mission is to provide excellent service in helping you develop your ideas and bring them to life.
Guest: Ryan Cassidy is the Innovative Technologies Librarian at the Texas Tech Makerspace located in Lubbock, Texas. He was a member of the taskforce that was put together in order to find out what students believed a makerspace is and helped create the makerspace at Texas Tech.
Music: Jazzy By MagikSolo on PixaBay https://pixabay.com/music/beats-jazzy-123128/
Hosted By Jerry Johnson and Liberty Walker
Audio Production by Jerry Johnson
Producers: Judy Hunter, Jake Jacobson, Alondra Lopez