Library maker spaces are transformative spaces and technology, inviting library users to create, innovate and collaborate. A number of the MCLS member libraries have MakerSpaces and Maker technology that patrons are invited to use when available. Check out what types of maker technology is available at MCLS libraries.
Central Library of Rochester & Monroe County
ImagineYou Digital Learning Lab – 2nd floor of the Bausch & Lomb Public Library building
An innovative 21st-century digital learning space based on the principles of Connected Learning. ImagineYOU was created to connect young adults, books, media, mentors, and institutions throughout the City of Rochester in one dynamic space designed to inspire collaboration and creativity.
Chili Public Library
A collection of in-house use maker technology and “Spark Kits” that can be used in the library or taken home to use, that spark your imagination.
Irondequoit Public Library
MAKER’S LAB– 2nd floor of the Irondequoit Public Library
Providing the tools and equipment that allow people to create something in the science, technology, and art worlds.
Additional Maker Technology at MCLS Member Libraries
Please contact the library for more information about the use of their Maker Technologies
Central Library Children’s Department – 3D Printer
Central Library Buisness Insight Center- 3D Printer
East Rochester Public Library– 3D Printer
Frederick Douglass Community Library– 3D Printer
Ogden Farmers’ Library– 3D Printer
Sully Branch Library– 3D Printer
Please note some charges for materials may apply when using certain technologies.