A new 5000+ word article plus several multimedia embeds published by EDUCUASE Review.
University of Nevada, Reno
October 27, 2014
- Findings from a University of Nevada, Reno, project indicate that higher education’s need for 3D printing services could be both substantial and broad-based across disciplines
- Users from across disciplinary and organizational boundaries quickly adopted a 3D printing service implemented in a UNR academic library, with the new printers operating at or near capacity throughout the service’s first year
- Anecdotal observation suggests that 3D printer access directly enables deeper engagement with and construction of knowledge.
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See Also: infoDOCKET First Shared an Article About 3D Printing at the DeLaMare Science and Engineering Library (University of Nevada, Reno) on October 19, 2012.