Important Phone Numbers
Police Emergency: (317) 274 - 7911
Police Lost and Found: (317) 274 2058
ET004: (317) 274 - 0779
Idea Garden: (317) 274 - 4955
Police Emergency: (317) 274 - 7911
Police Lost and Found: (317) 274 2058
ET004: (317) 274 - 0779
Idea Garden: (317) 274 - 4955
The Idea Garden 3D Printers are available for university staff, students, and faculty and may only be used for lawful purposes. It is not permitted to use the Idea Garden’s 3D Printers to create material which is:
Every print must first be reviewed by an Idea Garden Staff member before starting the printing process. Since the Idea Garden does not operate as a service, every model must be sliced and handled by the student, staff, or faculty member who is requesting that print under the supervision and guidance of the staff present in the Idea Garden. If a print fails and needs to be sliced again, the student, staff, or faculty member is responsible for returning to the space to check on the progress and status of their print.
Here in the Idea Garden we want to keep the focus of 3D printing to educational purposes. As such, students have the ability to experiment with 3D printing and are allowed to print anything they desire under 100 grams total of material, with approval. All students are entitled to 100 grams of material in the Idea Garden, certain students may seek an exception up to 300 grams of material for classes and projects requiring 3d printing. Furthermore, if you are prototyping parts or pieces of parts you may be able to seek further exceptions on these gram limits depending on approval by Idea Garden Staff.
By submitting a request you agree that your requested model will be used for non-clinical applications only. If seeking models for clinical usage, please contact IUPUI legal counsel Joe Scodro or Tom Gannon.
We ask that students refrain from touching the printers without staff supervision and let a staff member know immediately if they think that a print might be failing. While we do have the ability to offer a limited amount of color variety, we cannot guarantee any specific color at any time. Due to the software that is used with the 3D Printers, all students, staff, and faculty must make sure their file is in either .STL or .OBJ file format. When a staff member is assisting a student, staff, or faculty member we will also notify them if we see any major flaws in the model and warn them of any parts that we think might not turn out how they expect them to.
Students who are planning on using 3D Printing as a part of a larger project should discuss the project with the Idea Garden Staff. All students, staff, and faculty should expect to allow at least 2 weeks for printing and at least half an hour of time spent in the space learning about 3D printing prior to requesting to print something in the Idea Garden. The Idea Garden reserves the right to turn away any print requests with a deadline approaching 48 hours or less.
Please also be aware that unlike the print services on campus, we are a first come first serve location. Meaning that if we have someone come in that needs to print something that takes eight hours, their print will be started on the next available machine. If we have multiple people who require the 3D Printers to produce something, we will start taking down names and create a queue for the printers. At that point we will ask you to write down your name, email address, professor’s name, and the names of your files so that we can easily keep track of what is printing and for who. During these times, we cannot guarantee a quick turnaround rate for any prints that come in and we reserve the right to refer students to other 3D Printing locations on campus.
We ask that the students treat the computers and equipment in the space with respect. Additionally we ask that the students do not download games that are unauthorized and do not log out of the Steam accounts that are associated with each machine with the intent to download their own personal games onto the computers in the Idea Garden. If students have a request for a game that we currently do not have, they are free to inquire with an Idea Garden staff member about the possibility of getting that game in the future.
We also ask that the students do not calibrate or adjust the positioning of the VR space while in the Idea Garden unless given approval from the staff to do so.
Here in the Idea Garden we enjoy helping students, staff, and faculty plan events in the Idea Garden. To schedule an event in the space please email email@example.com where you will speak with the Idea Garden lab coordinator about accommodations that we can provide to make your event plans come to life.
There may be times where a student group or faculty member has reserved the Idea Garden for an event in which other students will not be able to continue using the space. We hope that students who are asked politely by staff to leave will be respectful of these times and events and that they know that they are welcome to return to the space once the event has finished and resume enjoying the Idea Garden.
If items are left unattended and the owner of the belongings is not known to the Idea Garden staff, these items will be stored up to 30 days after which any unclaimed items will be disposed of. We reserve the right to discard of any paper products or items containing food waste that are not retrieved by the end of the same day. If larger items or more expensive items are similarly left behind, such as backpacks, wallets, computers, or other electronic devices, by the end of the day campus police will be notified of such objects to be picked up. To reach the Lost and Found branch of the campus police, you can dial (317) 274 - 2058 to report or inquire about retrieving lost items.
We ask that students be mindful and respectful of their surroundings. Food and drink is allowed in the Idea Garden, however we ask that students refrain from eating in front of or near computers. All drinks should have a cap or lid and any open containers of liquid should be kept away from the computers or other equipment in the space. Additionally if students make a mess in the space, they can ask the Idea Garden staff for assistance with cleaning up. We want to make sure that the space is welcoming to all who enter it and that it continues to stay that way.
During events, there may be times that students with food are asked to eat their food outside of the Idea Garden to avoid causing a disturbance. There is plenty of seating nearby that students can use just for this purpose.
Minors are not permitted to use the facility unless they are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, are currently enrolled at IUPUI, or are actively attending a specific event held in the Idea Garden.
Illegal drugs are strictly prohibited at IUPUI. Illegal possession of these drugs or the illegal possession of prescription medication (controlled substances) will result in IU Code of Conduct charges and may also result in eviction from on campus housing.
The University and the Idea Garden assumes no responsibility for the accident, injury, loss, or damage to persons, nor any theft, loss or damage of personal belongings in or on Idea Garden property. Students should contact IUPUI Police with any theft, damage, or injury concerns.
Items left in Common Areas are subject to removal and will be discarded. Furnishings and computers in the Idea Garden are for the collective use of all students, staff, and faculty at IUPUI. All Furnishings, decorations, and technology are to remain in their proper location and may not be moved to other areas without the prior approval of a member of the Idea Garden staff.
Only IUPUI staff members or University-authorized contractors are allowed to conduct maintenance on/in the Idea Garden. Students are not permitted to make any repairs. If a student should notice something is damaged or otherwise requiring maintenance, we ask that they talk to a staff member in the Idea Garden.
Tampering with fire safety equipment is a federal offense and may result in criminal charges, fines, disciplinary action, and/or termination of resident housing contracts. This includes fire extinguishers, fire alarm pulls, smoke detectors, sprinkler systems, fire panels, propping fire doors, etc. Covering smoke detectors is strictly prohibited. This includes the hanging of tapestries or other items from the ceiling or sprinkler heads.
In accordance with the IUPUI Smoking Policy, all University facilities, grounds, and vehicles are smoke-free. Violations of this policy may result in judicial action, including, but not limited to, fines and education sanction. Please only smoke in designated areas. There is a $25.00 fine for smoking in non-smoking areas.
We ask that all students, staff, and faculty respect others in the space and refrain from vaping, or the use of electronic cigarettes in the space as well in order to keep the environment-friendly to all who might come in.
Students must be responsible for their behavior, and respect the rights and dignity of others both within and outside of the university community. The university may discipline a student for the following acts of personal misconduct that occur on university property, including but not limited to academic and administration buildings, residence halls, athletic and recreational facilities, and other university-serviced property, such as sororities and fraternities:
The following is a partial list of violations for which a student, staff, or faculty member may be banned from the Idea Garden. This list is not all inclusive, but rather is intended to give some examples of serious violations.
Offering the work of someone else as one’s own is plagiarism. Plagiarism is considered a form of academic misconduct. Materials taken from another source must be fully acknowledged and the author must be given proper credit. The language or ideas taken from another may range from isolated formulas, sentences or paragraphs, to entire articles copied from books, periodicals, speeches, or the writings of others including other students. The offering of materials assembled or collected by others in the form of projects or collections without acknowledgment is also considered plagiarism. The IU School of Education’s ‘How to Recognize Plagiarism’ is an online tutorial that can help a student properly acknowledge the contributions of others’ works. This tutorial can be accessed at http://www.indiana.edu/~istd/.
IUPUI strives to maintain a safe environment. Accordingly, threatening behavior and violence will not be tolerated. In case of an actual or imminent act or threat of violent behavior, call the IUPUI Police at 274- 7911. The Behavioral Consultation Team (BCT) provides consultation, makes recommendations for action, and coordinates campus resources in response to reports of disruptive or concerning behavior displayed by students, staff or faculty. For details please contact the BCT at their website http://bct.iupui.edu.
Report all dating violence, sexual assault, domestic violence or stalking to the IU Police Department, 1232 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202; 317-274-2058; on-campus emergencies to 317-274- 7911 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Weapons Policy IUPUI Policy on Possession of Firearms and Weapons prohibits students from possession of firearms (regardless of any permit to carry) or other items deemed to be a dangerous article or substance while on University property as defined in the policy. Guns may not be kept in vehicles when visiting campus. The policy can be found at http://policies.iu.edu/policies/categories/administration-operations/publicsafety-institutional-assurance/PS-03.shtml.
IUPUI Counseling and Psychological Service Center (CAPS) has a professional staff available to provide individual or group counseling. CAPS provides direct professional psychological services, including crisis response, counseling, assessment, and referral that are accessible to, and provide for, the general wellbeing of all IUPUI students. CAPS is located at in Suite 220 in the Walker Plaza, 217 Indiana Avenue and can be contacted at (317) 274-2548 or on their website at http://studentaffairs.iupui.edu/healthwellness/counseling-psychology/index.shtml.
The Indiana University IT Security Office (ITSO) and IT Policy Office (ITPO) have established policies to govern various facets of how information technology resources are utilized by university students. Students should consult the following policies and website links for further information:
Physical materials generated by faculty for instructional use in a course may be considered the intellectual property of the faculty member and/or the University. All posted/distributed materials may be used for the purposes of study within a course or other academic courses. Students may NOT copy, photograph, or video-record these materials for distribution or sharing in any format including posting materials to YouTube or a website without the express written permission of the individual faculty member who prepared the materials.
Audio recording of a classroom presentation for purposes of study is permitted but cannot be distributed or used in any manner except for purposes of study within the course. Any other use of the audio recording(s) requires the express permission of the individual faculty member who prepared the presentation.
Any electronic, audio, or visual record of an educational activity including podcasting should not be made publicly visible or audible so as to potentially result in persons other than IUPUI students or faculty having access to the content.
Ignoring or abusing the copyright laws may be considered academic and/or professional misconduct and is grounds for possible disciplinary action. Unauthorized reproduction/ distribution could also give rise to a claim of copyright violation.
It is Indiana University policy that all mobile devices (such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, thumb drives, and flash drives) with access to or storing critical data must be encrypted. Critical data includes protected health information (for example: patient names, patient phone numbers, medical record numbers, and identifiable patient photos). Instructions and assistance to encrypt your devices can be found at http://kb.iu.edu/index.cgi?searchOptionBtn=KB&search=encrypting+laptop&Search=Search&maxdocs=15
The University’s trademark policy, as well as federal law, prohibits the use of certain phrases, information or links on student websites or student pages published or maintained on servers external to the University. The policy can be found at http://policies.iu.edu/policies/categories/financial/licensing-trademarks/FIN-LT-licensing-andtrademark-policy.shtml
Failure to comply with the procedures outlined by the University for trademarked or copyrighted material may result in prosecution for violation of University policies or applicable laws.