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Science Library Makerspace: Circuitry

littleBits

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

Multimeter Tutorial

The Makerspace has multimeters for 7-day checkout. This video above covers the types of multimeters we have: the Sparkfun VC830L and the Victor 70C.

 

Access and Use of Circuitry Items

Circuitry items are for educational, non-commercial purposes only and do not leave the Makerspace. Circuitry items and materials are for prototyping and experimentation, not for mass production. Users are free to record whatever they make. Users may not download or create and program the violates federal, state, or local law.

All users agree to respect the health and safety of the University community and abide by all applicable state and federal laws, University policiesLibraries' policies, and Student Code of Conduct.

No weapons, parts for weapons, weapon accessories, or weapon replicas may be produced with Makerspace equipment.

The University System of Georgia abides by the copyright laws of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code), which governs creating reproductions of copyrighted materials. All users of Makerspace equipment must abide by copyright and trademark laws. 

Makerspace equipment may not be used to create or view obscene or inappropriate content including violent or gory content, sexually explicit content, content that promotes or condones intimidation or violence against individuals or groups based on race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation or gender identity. 

Makerspace employees reserve the right to deny or cancel any circuitry project that does not comply with the above policies.