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The Make Shop: Information

Location: F222

Main Box


User Responsibilities

No food of any kind is permitted. Drinks must be covered by a sealed top or lid.

All injuries of any kind must be reported to a Library employee.

Users must notify Library employees of any outside materials that they bring into the Make Shop. The Library has the right to reject any materials deemed hazardous to others.

Users who damage the equipment will be charged a repair or replacement cost. Any user who introduces a virus, misuses or damages the equipment; or attempts to delete or modify either hardware or software will be held liable for all damages.

Equipment must be used in the Make Shop and cannot be taken offsite.

Make Shop computers are reserved for Make Shop projects and are not available for general computer use – i.e. email, social media, browsing etc. 

The Make Shop is not responsible for failed projects

Staff Assistance

Library staff are available for limited assistance. Staff are not experts; however, they will assist as much as they can and both staff and users can learn together. Users who need extra help are encouraged to book an appointment for one-on-one assistance or attend an informative program held in the Make Shop


All Make Shop users must adhere to the following Harper College policies: 

  • Student Conduct Code
  • Technology Policy
  • All Library Policies, (Library Code of Conduct, etc.)

The Make Shop may be used for lawful purposes only and cannot be used to create content that is:

  • Prohibited by provincial or federal law.
  • Unsafe, harmful, hazardous, dangerous, or poses an immediate threat to the well-being of others.
  • In violation of another's intellectual property rights; for example, the 3D printers may not be used to reproduce materials subject to copyright, patent or trademark protection.


Projects for Make Shop programs may be held in the Make Shop for a specific period of time (one day to dry, etc.). However, personal projects are not able to be kept in the Make Shop; all projects left in the Make Shop will be turned into Public Safety when the Make Shop closes.


The Make Shop is an evolving resource; therefore, this information is subject to change without notice.