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North Harris Library Makerspace: Making an Appointment

Information about the tools and events in the LSC-North Harris Library Makerspace

Return to Makerspace

The Makerspace will begin limited services July 6th. These services will include:

  • Most equipment accessible by appointment and walk-in
  • One Button Studio reservations with a limit of two people in the studio at a time
  • Sound Booth reservations with a limit of one person in the booth at a time.

Virtual Reality Headsets (HTC Vive and Oculus Rift) in the Makerspace and VR Classroom remain out of service.

Making an Appointment

Makerspace Equipment

Currently all Makerspace Equipment use is by appointment only - no walk-ins. Use this form to make an appointment to use Makerspace Equipment.

One Button Studio

Use this form to schedule time in the One Button Studio. The One Button Studio may be used by Lone Star College Students, Faculty, and Staff. The studio may be booked a maximum of 3 hours each day, up to 1 week in advance. Other conditions may apply.

Warning: Because of campus social distancing rules, only 2 people may be in the studio at a time.

Sound Booth

Use this form to schedule time in the Sound Booth. The booth may be used by Lone Star College Students, Faculty, and Staff. The booth may be booked a maximum of 3 hours each day, up to 1 week in advance. Other conditions may apply.

Warning: Because of campus social distancing rules, only 1 person may be in the studio at a time.

Reserving for a Class

Reserving for a Class

The Makerspace, One Button Studio, and Sound Booth can be reserved by Faculty for classes during the time the class meets and cannot be booked in a continuous recurrence (for example: Every Friday in May). Classes visiting the Makerspace should make use of tools in the Makerspace. Professors must remain with their classes while they are using the Makerspace, One Button Studio, and Sound Booth. Bookings for classes must be made two weeks in advance of the planned visit.

To reserve the Makerspace, One Button Studio, or Sound Booth for your class, please contact Billy Hoya: 281-618-5494 or billy.hoya@lonestar.edu

Reserving for a Event / Group Meeting / Club Meeting

Request to reserve the Makerspace, One Button Studio, and Sound Booth for non-class related activities may be made by faculty and staff, and will be granted on a case-by-case bases. In the request, it must be stated how Makerspace tools and equipment will be used during the event or meeting. Request will not be granted for continuous recurrences (for example: Every Friday in May). Advisors must remain with student organizations meeting in the Makerspace. Request must be made two weeks in advance of the planned visit.

To reserve the Makerspace, One Button Studio, or Sound Booth for an event or meeting, please contact Billy Hoya: 281-618-5494 or billy.hoya@lonestar.edu

Spring Early College Academey Students

Spring Early College Academy (SECA) Students are welcomed to used Makerspace equipment, the One Button Studio, and Sound Booth, but normal library procedures apply: Juniors  and Seniors may visit and make appointments for the Makerspace, One Button Studio, and Sound Booth like other Lone Star College Students. Freshmen and Sophomores must be accompanied by a teacher, professor, or guardian while in the Makerspace or using the One Button Studio or Sound Booth.

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