Makerspace @ KSL

The Makerspace @ Kenan Science Library enables UNC students, staff and faculty to explore emerging technologies and foster a creative community of makers and making.

students working in the Kenan Science Library Makerspace

Services We Offer


Contact our knowledgeable Makerspace staff for assistance during any stage of your design and development process. Any level of experience welcome: Request a Consultation.

Consultations are required for our 3D printing service.

Soldering workshop with students and Makerspace@KSL staff


We offer free, hands-on workshops for all UNC-CH affiliates on 3D Design and Printing, Beginning Arduino, Virtual Reality Development, and more.

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Video Tutorials is an online video library that has more than 2,400 software, career development, and technology training titles that you can access for FREE from anywhere using an internet browser and your Onyen login.

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3D printed tactile graphic symbols made for Dr. Karen A. Erickson of the Center for Literacy and Disability Services. View Project
Project Core: Tactile Graphic Symbols
Dr. Alan Glazner of the Geological Science Department uses a 3D model to illustrate a geologic point for his Geological Sciences 72H First-Year Seminar. View Project
Geological Sciences 3D Model
Forrest C. Greenslade, biologist and nature-inspired artist, led a design build project to create nests for native bees in this Fall 2016 Maker-in-Residence project. View Project
BeAM Maker-in-Residence Program


Research Hub at Kenan Science LibraryPart of the BEAM (BE A Maker) Network at UNC