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Science Library Makerspace: Circuitry

littleBits Workshop Set

Color-coded, magnetic, and reusable components to learn circuitry

  • Battery and cables (x10)
  • Power (x10)
  • Bright LEDs (x10)
  • DC motors (x10)
  • motorMates (x10)
  • Buttons (x10)
  • Pulses (x10)
  • Dimmers (x10)
  • Servos (x10)
  • Bargraphe (x10)
  • Wires (x10)
  • Branches (x10)
  • Mounting boards (x10)
  • Screwdrivers (x20)
  • littleBits lessons

Makey Makey Classic

Turn ordinary objects into a touchpad

  • Red, Black, Blue, Green, Yellow, White wires with alligator clips
  • USB cables (x4)
  • Woven conductive fabric
  • Makey Makey Quick Start

Circuitry Video Tutorials

Lynda.com allows free access to its vast library of video tutorials for all UGA students, faculty, and staff. Its video tutorials are designed for all skill levels and can be viewed at increments of just a few minutes to allow you flexibility to learn the skills at your own pace. The Science Library Makerspace utilizes video tutorials and Library resources. To create a Lynda.com account and be able to view the tutorials below, and others, please visit: http://eits.uga.edu/learning_and_training/lynda.

Access and Use of Circuitry Items

Circuitry items, like the littleBits and Makey Makeys, are used for educational, non-commercial purposes only and do not leave the Makerspace. Users are free to record whatever they make. Users may not download or create and program the violates federal, state, or local law. Use of the circuitry items may be used on a walk-in basis or reserved by emailing makerspace@uga.edu or on a walk-in basis. Reservations are made in one-hour increments, up to three hours total on one day. 

All users agree to respect the health and safety of the University community and abide by all applicable laws, University policiesLibraries' policies, and the Student Code of Conduct. Additionally, The University of Georgia abides by the copyright laws of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code). These laws govern photocopying or creating other reproductions of copyrighted materials. All users of Makerspace equipment must abide by copyright laws. More information concerning copyright may be found at the University's Office of Legal Affairs.

Cost 

There is no charge to use the circuitry items.