Jump right in!
The best way to learn about Makerspace is to visit us during our opening hours and look around, get a quick tour, make a button, or jump right into a project. You can also reserve or borrow some technologies with your TRU card.
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We try to take note of the questions everyone seems to have as well as any we can think of before they’re even asked.
TRU Makerspace Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct
- The Makerspace is inclusive of all users, from beginners to experts.
- The Makerspace is a place of learning; sometimes things will not work and that’s okay.
- Racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, and transphobia will not be tolerated in Makerspace.
- The Makerspace is for current TRU Students, faculty, and staff.
Makerspace users will:
- Follow all guidelines and the direction of the Makerspace staff
- Treat Makerspace equipment and technology with respect
- Clean up after themselves and return spaces, equipment, and software to it’s original state
- The Makerspace is a collaborative and fun place, but please be courteous of those working nearby and others waiting to use the spaces and equipment
- No food in the Makerspace. Drinks in closed containers are okay.