The Mini Makerspace is temporarily closed for the fall 2020 semester. Some equipment will be available for checkout through Wells Library Media Services. Contact Leanne Nay, Digital Engagement Librarian, at lnay @ with questions. 
Two students play with littleBits synthesizer kits.
Woman wears a light up bow tie.
Students make cardboard record players.

The Mini Makerspace is a creative space for experimenting, tinkering, playing, and inventing. Located in room 157N of the Wells Library (1st Floor, East Tower), the Mini Makerspace is home to a variety of tools, including a 360º camera, a desktop vinyl cutter, and littleBits synthesizer kits. The space is accessible for all Indiana University students, faculty, and staff.

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 @

What is a makerspace?

Makerspaces encourage active, hands-on learning by providing access to tools and supplies for exploring, tinkering, and making.

Don't see what you're looking for?

There are other makerspaces around campus that might be better suited to your needs!