UTSC Library Makerspace


Welcome to the UTSC Library Makerspace!

Created for students, faculty, and staff in the UTSC community, this dedicated space in the library is an environment that encourages its users to be innovative, explore new concepts, execute great ideas, and most importantly - have fun doing it!

The Makerspace has been developed to provide bookable access to a collaborative space, equipped with modern technology such as 3D printers, iMac computers, specialty software, and more. It has been designed to help turn creative ideas into realities by making the resources to do so available and accessible. All who use the space are encouraged to experiment and discover, tinker with technologies, work together on projects, and bring multiple perspectives and skill sets together.

Check out this album on Facebook and our Instagram page
for photos of what the UTSC Library Makerspace has been 3D printing lately!

Inside of the UTSC Library, to the left upon entrance.


Current Hours of Operation:
Monday to Thursday: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Friday: By appointment only

Hours outside of these times can be arranged for class visits and orientations. Faculty interested in bringing a class of maximum 20 students may contact Elizabeth O'Brien, at eaobrien@utsc.utoronto.ca. The Makerspace may be closed at times during regular opening hours due to special events - contact us for inquiries!



Check out our OttoBot and Dasakai 2WD robots 3D printed by us, and assembled / coded by Dr. Ronald Soong for his Arduino Robotics Workshop:

View this amazing presentation on the involvement of the Makerspace in the 2017 UTSC Hackathon in collaboration with UTSC Sustainability and the Sustainable Development Goals, created by librarians Jessica Hanley & Matt Gertler, as well as Manager of the Finance and Trading Lab Bill Chau:

The Makerspace Challenge: Reinventing the Hackathon