Category Archives: makerspace

MakerSpace at Seton Hall

The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center would like to introduce its newest blog: MakerSpace at Seton Hall.  The blog provides updates, projects, and news for the Seton Hall MakerSpace where members of the Seton Hall community can come to try out activities in 3D modeling/printing, eTextiles, Coding/Programming, Mobile design, and projects in the Digital Humanities…. Continue Reading »

Carnival and Day of Play

During the Spring 2015 Petersheim Week, the TLT Center hosted two tech days for faculty and students. On April 21st a faculty “Carnival” took place in the Beck Rooms where faculty members were able to showcase innovative ways to use technology in their courses.  Faculty members showcasing their work include: Prof. Jose Lopez, Physics/3D Printing… Continue Reading »

NJ Makers Day @ SHU 3.20.15

You are invited to Seton Hall’s 1st Annual NJ Makers Day. [iframe 1292 859] Who: Seton Hall Community What: Learn about the Maker Movement, 3D printing, computer programming, and other projects. Activities will include digital makes such as memes, interactive posters, 6 word video memoirs as well as origami. When: March 20, 2015, 1-4pm… Continue Reading »