Carnegie-Stout Public Library Maker Space
Libraries have long been the leaders in participatory learning in a shared community space where people can gather to discuss ideas and work together. The Carnegie-Stout Public Library Maker Space in Dubuque, IA brings people together to share their skills, ideas, work on projects, and enrich their lives.
In addition to being a community hub, the Library is the only place where this technology is available at no cost. This space allows community members to experience technology or activities that previously were not accessible due to cost.
Services are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. The space is open during all hours that the library is open. A library staff member will be available to help at all times the space is open.
Some of the STEM technology available for use include 3D Printers and MakerBot 3D Scanners, Raspberry Pi, Adobe Creative Cloud software, TinkerCAD software, Snap Circuits and littleBits, Ozobots, Squishy Circuits, and more!