3D Printing in Your Library
- Back by popular demand!
- Expanded and updated!
In September we held a webinar on 3D printing. Unknown to us at the time, there were technical issues behind the scenes that resulted in no recording of the session. Since the session proved to be so popular, we’ve asked the speakers to return for our next TechTime session. They have expanded and updated their talks since their September presentations.
3D Printing and Why Your Library May Be Interested? (EXPANDED and UPDATED)
- Patricia Anderson, Emerging Technologies Librarian, Health Sciences Libraries, University of Michigan
- Kimberley Barker, Manager for Technology Education & Computing, Moore Health Sciences Library, University of Virginia
Date / Time: December 12, 2013 / 11 am – Noon (ET)
Where: Online / No Registration Required
Details: Test your Adobe Flash to ensure it work for the session: http://na1cps.adobeconnect.com/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm
THE DAY OF THE SESSION: https://webmeeting.nih.gov/techtime/
Patricia will discuss the burgeoning topic of 3D printing, with a focus on medical applications, as well as the growing interest of providing access to 3D printers in a variety of libraries. Kimberley will discuss the use of a 3D printer in her library system, why they decided to offer the service, how they secured funding, and the response from their community.