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Library Scholarship Speaker Series

Join the first session of the 2018-19 Library Scholarship Speaker Series where Librarian and Assistant Professor Jessie Loyer will present her research efforts around Indigenous information literacy, which has led her around the country to host talks on her findings. We'll discuss how this can inform practical activities in classrooms and beyond. All are welcome to attend on Friday, December 14 at 2pm in the Visualization Classroom (EL1441).

Poster that promotes the Library Speaker Series that starts with a talk on December 14

Student uses Maker Studio to make 3D printer

Stian French, Bachelor of Science student, created parts for his own 3D printer using software and equipment in the Maker Studio. Find out how this third-year student plans to merge this functioning tool and his passion to eventually print prosthetics as he furthers his education. 

Stian French, Bachelor of Science student, with the 3D printer he made in the Maker Studio

Teach in the Visualization Classroom

Apply today to teach your next course in the Visualization Classroom located on the main floor of the Library. This space showcases research and elevates educational content with innovative technology including a 250-inch touch screen display, surround sound speakers, and in-room experts to provide training. MRU Faculty must apply by December 10 for the winter semester.

Apply to teach in the Visualization Classroom by December 10 for the Winter semester

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