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Grand Hyatt Atlanta (Buckhead)
3300 Peachtree Road NE Atlanta, GA 30305, USA

(Deadline for conference registration was August 1.  THERE WILL BE NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION OR MEAL PAYMENTS)
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Friday, August 11 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Making Your Way Into the Makey World:3D Printing at Four HBCU Libraries

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The academic library landscape has changed. Hear how four HBCU libraries are approaching the change with innovation and creativity using 3D printing. Learn about getting started, funding, identifying space, establishing policies and building a S.T.E.M./STEAM learning entrepreneurship program for your library. Presenters will discuss how 3D printing is connecting the library to teaching and learning with selected academic disciplines.

Speakers
avatar for Richard Bradberry

Richard Bradberry

Morgan State University Library, Morgan State University Library
People-person who likes to travel by train and bake gourmet desserts. I am an ASL (American Sign Language) and SEE (Signed English Exact) interpreter. | I usually interpret at the 9:30 am service most Sundays at my church, New Psalmist Baptist Church, Baltimore, MD.
avatar for Theodosia T. Shields, PhD

Theodosia T. Shields, PhD

Director of Library Services, North Carolina Central University, James E. Shepard Memorial Library
Dr. Theodosia T. Shields has worked for the past twenty-five years in academic libraries. From the early days as a Reference librarian to Dean and Director of Library Services she has worked diligently to accommodate the information needs of students, faculty and staff. She has p... Read More →
avatar for Annie M. Payton PhD

Annie M. Payton PhD

Director, Library Services, Alabama A&M University
Annie M. Payton, PhD is Director of the Drake Memorial Learning Resources Center at Alabama A & M University in Normal, AL. Annie has worked in academic libraries for over twenty-five years and has contributed to publications on library careers, archives and information literacy... Read More →



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