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3D Printer

An Ultimaker 2+ and Ultimaker 3 3D Printers are available for curricular use next door to the IdeaLab. Personal print jobs are also allowed. If you are interested in using a 3D Printer, please fill out this form to allow us to best schedule your printing.

Faculty using 3D printing in research and teaching:

  • Rou-Jia Sung, Biology
  • Austin Mason, History
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Augmented Reality (AR)

A Microsoft Hololens is available for curricular use next door to the IdeaLab. We’re interested in brainstorming ideas for course assignments, faculty and student research projects, and senior comps.

Please contact Andrew Wilson (awilson@carleton.edu) for more information!

Faculty using AR for research and teaching:

  • Rou-Jia Sung, Biology
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Chromebooks

4 Chromebooks are available for curricular use by reservation for in-class, BYOD type sessions.

Fill out this form to reserve Chromebooks, or contact Celeste Sharpe (csharpe@carleton.edu) for more information!

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LabArchives

A digital notebook, LabArchives allows students to record notes, observations, media files, and turn-in assignments all within one platform. To learn more about LabArchives, checkout the entry in the ITS Service Catalog or email Randy Hoffner (rhoffner).

Faculty using LabArchives in research and teaching:

  • Annie Bosacker, Biology
  • Sarah Deel, Biology
  • Deborah Gross, Chemistry
  • Melissa Eblen-Zayas, Physics
  • Juliane Schicker, German
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Polling tools

“Clickers” are small, handheld feedback devices that can be used for polls, surveys, quizzes, and more. To learn more about polling, checkout the entry in the ITS Service Catalog or email Randy Hoffner (rhoffner). Please use the iClicker Reservation Form to request clickers for your class or event use.

Faculty using polling in research and teaching:

  • Debby Walser-Kuntz, BIOL
  • Jennifer Wolff, BIOL
  • David Musicant, CS
  • Mija Van Der Wege, PSYC
  • Charisse Burden-Stelly, POSC

 

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Virtual Reality (VR)

An HTC Vive is available for curricular use next door to the IdeaLab. We’re interested in brainstorming ideas for course assignments, faculty and student research projects, and senior comps.

Please contact Andrew Wilson (awilson@carleton.edu) for more information!

Faculty using VR in research and teaching:

  • Ken Abrams, Psychology
  • Austin Mason, History

 

ITS Service Catalog

For the full range of ITS resources, see the ITS Service Catalog! For questions about who to contact, please see our Support Handout (PDF).

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