Five years in the making, this multi-platform project tells the story of a powerful threat to a native culture. This threat is an insidious, impersonal villain - one that comes through TV sets and social media sites, through tweets and comic strips and the daily news. The menace is the English language, and the victim marked for extinction is the Lakota language. For the Lakota people, it's a local problem, but it's just one instance of a massive global one - a worldwide epidemic of language extinction.
Film screening of CODE: Debugging the Gender Gap. This film aims to inspire change in mindsets, in the educational system, in startup culture and in the way women see themselves in the field of coding.
This workshop is designed to teach soldering in a fun way. When building this kit, you’ll have a chance to solder a 28-pin microprocessor, LEDs, battery clips and more.
This workshop is designed to give attendees a basic understanding of the Mirrix Looms available in the Factory.
The Blender 3D Modeling 2 workshop is an intermediate-level course designed to further enhance students knowledge with 3D modeling, and the use of the open-source software Blender.
This workshop will help you gain an understanding of The Factory’s laser cutting services, as well as .svg files, that are used to cut materials on the laser cutter.
CRBB is a relatively new project, so please come join us to learn more about this new and innovative resource on April 6th!
UNT's Open Access Symposium 2016 features presentations and interactive sessions led by researchers and librarians based in the US, Canada, UK, and the Netherlands from various fields of study. It will follow the Library Publishing Forum 2016, an international conference which will be held just preceding the symposium.
Become part of North Texas film history while also preserving your family’s photographs, home movies, and more
This workshop is for users with little to no experience with circuits or microcontrollers such as an Arduino.