Student employees at the NC State University Libraries are livestreaming library services and other content to highlight resources still available to students despite COVID-19 restrictions on experiential learning spaces.
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For the first time, NC State University Libraries will be offering 3D printing services free of charge at the D.H. Hill Jr. Library Makerspace. Off-campus students can request for their projects to be shipped to them.
Included in the recent renovation of D.H. Hill Jr. Library was the Innovation Studio, a new learning space for students to showcase their work and participate in workshops. The studio opened virtually for the fall semester and is currently offering workshops for students.
On March 25, D.H. Hill Jr. Library held its Raiders of the Lost Arcade event, which allowed students to play video games that were created by …
3D printing services are available to NC State students, faculty and staff at D.H. Hill Jr. Library and Hunt Library.
The Engineering Village will move from Metcalf and Bowen to Sullivan Residence Hall in the 2019-20 academic year.