Cline Library MakerLab Grand Opening - September 29, 3-5pm
The MakerLab Opens at Cline Library, August 29, 2016
The MakerLab at Cline Library is designed to provide users with access to making technologies such as 3D printers, 3D scanners, and 3D modeling tools. It is the first MakerBot Innovation Center in the West and provides a groundbreaking opportunity to offer the northern Arizona community access to a large-scale 3D printing environment. Everyone from the NAU and CCC communities as well as members of the public are invited to experience the MakerLab, where you can discover, design, and create products that foster your imagination and creativity.
To learn more, visit: http://library.nau.edu/services/makerlab/index.html
Researchers: Need to create a data management plan? Librarians can help!
NAU is a now partner institution in the DMPTool, an online resource that guides researchers through the process of creating a data management plan to meet funder requirements. Use your NAU username and password to log in to the DMPTool and get access to 20 different funding agency templates that provide links to funder information, suggested answers, and data management resources. Submit your data management plan for an informal review and get comments and suggestions from a reviewer at Cline Library. Our librarians are also happy to provide advice while you are writing your plan. For more information email: Librarians@nau.edu.
2016 Elizabeth M. and PT Reilly Intern- Alexandra Morris
The Cline Library and Special Collections and Archives would like to introduce the 2016 Elizabeth M. and PT Reilly Summer Intern, Ms. Alexandra Morris. Alix is a 2015 University of Akron graduate (go Zips!) and a current NAU public history student. She brings a wealth of experience and insight to Special Collections and Archives, both from her experience and education. By way of introduction, she volunteered to answer a few question we posed her that we thought might introduce her to the Cline Library and beyond…
Louie's Legacy: The South Campus QR Code District
We hope you'll have a chance to explore the South Campus QR Code District, part of the ongoing Louie's Legacy project. The project is a collaborative effort of the Northern Arizona University (NAU) History department, its Public History classes, and Cline Library Special Collections and Archives. Students have researched and identified more than 75 sites on NAU's campus, they are now adding sites from parts of south campus. Users can visit a website via the posted QR codes placed on building across campus and learn more about the history and stories for each site.
To learn more about the project visit: http://library.nau.edu/speccoll/exhibits/louies_legacy/ .
Above image: Aerial View of Central Campus, 1967. Call # NAU.ARC.1967-68.2.2
Media Equipment for Loan to Students
We know it can be challenging – if not impossible – for a student to purchase or access media equipment for an assignment or course. Thanks to a micro-grant from NAU’s Parent Leadership Council, we have more equipment students can borrow, including Nikon digital cameras, Canon video cameras, Zoom digital audio recorders, ADATA external hard drives and more. Visit the Main Desk to borrow or schedule equipment.