Group of four students working in the library makerspace.
Woman wears a light-up bow tie.
A student and librarian play with littleBits synthesizer kits.

The Wells Library Makerspace is a creative space to share ideas and equipment. Located in room 106 of the Learning Commons (1st Floor, West Tower), the Makerspace is home to a variety of tools, including a desktop vinyl cutter, 3D printer, littleBits synthesizer kits, soldering irons, and more. All are welcome and no previous experience is needed.

12-5pm Mon-Thurs Fall 2021 Open Hours

How can I use this space?

Drop in and learn something new or destress with a simple hands-on activity. Make some noise with our musical instruments, create a sewable circuit, or design a vinyl laptop sticker. Not sure where to start? Chat with us about potential projects at libmaker @ indiana.edu.

 

Our Philosophy

We believe in process over product. The skills you develop, the feelings you experience, and the relationships you build in the Makerspace are all valuable, regardless of the finished product.

Makerspaces at IU

Don't see what you're looking for? IU Bloomington is home to a network of makerspaces that might be better suited to your needs. 

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