Tag: Maker Hub

Frankenreads

Frankenstein Takes Over the Richardson Library on Halloween

Looking for a monstrously good time this Halloween? Join the Library and Studio CHI for Frankenweek, October 24-31. This celebration of the 200 year anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein demonstrates the range of work this seminal literary piece has inspired.  The Media and Cinema Studies Program will be showing “Hideous

Family and alumni weekend open house

Family and Alumni Weekend Open House

The Library will celebrate DePaul’s Family Weekend and Alumni Weekend with several open houses on Friday, October 12th from 2:00-5:00pm. Learn about new services while showing your family and friends how you spend your time in the library–all are welcome! DePaul University Special Collections and Archives: Hosting a Flashback to

New Workshop – Teaching in a Makerspace

DePaul University Library Maker-in-Residence Eric Landahl (Physics) will offer a new workshop for faculty this month through the Teaching Commons: “The Makerspace Movement at DePaul: Learning in a Creative Community.” highlighting ways to incorporate “maker” technology in teaching and learning. Offered at the Loop Campus in the Idea Realization Lab

Maker-in-Residence Walk-In Hours

The DePaul University Library is proud to announce our first Maker-in-Residence, Dr. Eric Landahl, an Associate Professor in DePaul’s Department of Physics. Dr. Landahl teaches experimental physics and electronics and has been building computers and scientific instruments for over 40 years.  We are excited to partner with him as we unveil our new