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Wilson Library's Makerspace: Arduino

About Arduino

Want to get started with programming and robotics? The Arduino is a great place to start! Arduino is an easy-to-use hardware and software that is able to read inputs and turn it into an output. The easy-to-use software is great for beginners, but also flexible enough for more advanced users. Arduino comes with a circuit board, referred to as a microcontroller, and a piece of software that is used to write and upload computer code to the microcontroller. Explore and learn how to program, create robots, among various other possibilities with the help of Arduino! 

Hours (During Academic Year)

Weekly Hours

(Academic Year):

Monday – Thursday: 8 AM – 8 PM

Friday: 8 AM – 6 PM

Saturday: 12 PM – 5 PM

Sunday: CLOSED

(Unless appointment is made)

Created by: 
– Sabrina Herrera – 
Major: Criminology
Minor: Child Development

Contact Us!

Contact Us For More Information!

Phone: (909) 448-1543
Text: (909) 638-1882
In person: Wilson Library