UCO studio inspires innovation, collaboration

Published: Monday, September 24, 2018 By: Eriech Tapia Source: NewsOK

The sound of heavy machinery and construction crews fill the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma, but in the quietest building, construction on the new Innovation Studio has just finished.

The area inside the Max Chambers Library introduces space for people to explore virtual reality, print 3-D projects and record themselves in front of a green screen for projects.

“We want students to be able to come here and be innovative and creative,” said Elizabeth Jones, director of Library Technology and Data Management.

“I do not think the typical engineering person thinks of engineering and library in the same sentence,” she said.

Read the full article in The Oklahoman.

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