Joining our maker community

Step 1: Makerspace 101 training and membership agreement

All new Makerspace users must complete the Makerspace 101 training in WebCampus. This will create a training record for you in our Makerspace system and orient you to our community. This introductory course is a prerequisite to all other equipment trainings.

Are you community member wanting to access our Makerspace?

To gain access to the DeLaMare Library Makerspace, community members must purchase a Community Borrowers Card. For more information on how to purchase a Community Borrowers Cards, please visit our Visitor and Alumni Services webpage.

Here is how you can complete the training

  1. Follow the link below to our DeLaMare Library Community page.
  2. Select the “Makerspace 101 Training” course.
  3. Select “Enroll Now”.
  4. Select “Already have an account”. This will have you sign in with your NetID.
  5. Complete the training in WebCampus.

New Members will also be required to sign the Makerspace Membership Agreement once a year. The agreement can be found in the Makerspace 101 Webcampus module.

Step 2: Equipment specific training

Online Training

The Makerspace provides training for all equipment available to users via Webcampus. To use a piece of equipment, users must review the module for that specific equipment and pass the quizzes. Once the module is complete, it may take 1-2 business days for completion to show in our records.

Links to all additional equipment trainings can be found in the Makerspace 101 Webcampus training module.

Equipment Requiring Additional Online Training:

  • Laser Cutters
  • Vinyl Cutters
  • Vacuum Former
  • Hand Router

In-person Training

Some specialty equipment requires in-person training with a Maker Wrangler. These pieces of equipment are more complex and require hands on teaching and guidance. Once the training is complete, it may take 1-2 business days for the completion to show in our records.

  • Embroidery Machine
  • ShopBot CNC Mill
  • Artec 3D Scanners