RIT Archives StoryBooth with Aaliyah John, SHED Open House, 2024-01-18

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Title

RIT Archives StoryBooth with Aaliyah John, SHED Open House, 2024-01-18

Subject

Three-dimensional printing;college students;oral history

Description

Aaliyah John (she/her), RIT Student, discusses what she has learned about the various tools and creative opportunities for students, staff, and faculty of all backgrounds in the new Student Hall for Exploration and Development (SHED) during its Open House on January 18, 2024.

Date

2024-01-18

Format

video

Identifier

2024:003

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Sophie Tommola

Interviewee

Aaliyah John

OHMS Object Text

5.4 RIT Archives StoryBooth with Aaliyah John, SHED Open House, 2024-01-18 2024:003 00:03:07 RITArc.0752 RIT Archives StoryBooth Collection RIT Archives ritarchives Three-dimensional printing ; college students ; oral history RIT Archives StoryBooth ; Student Hall for Exploration and Development Aaliyah John Sophie Tommola .MP4 sb_2024003_johna_20240118 0.5:|4(16)|9(16)|13(6)|18(12)|23(9)|28(5)|29(2) 0 https://youtu.be/MFoFJ7AwXn0 YouTube video English 17 Aaliyah answers the RIT Archives StoryBooth prompt: "What's something new that you learned about the SHED today?" AALIYAH JOHN: Well, I learned about the amount of tools and resources that it has. I knew the SHED was a place for creative-- creative mind sets, but I didn't know about the vast amount of tools that they have. The many amounts of 3D printing machines, like the resin printing one and just the regular film 3D printing one, the sizes that it can vary in. And that it's fully accessible to students, staff, faculty, whomever. I think that's a really cool thing. 0 Aaliyah John (she/her), RIT Student, discusses what she has learned about the various tools and creative opportunities for students, staff, and faculty of all backgrounds in the new Student Hall for Exploration and Development (SHED) during its Open House on January 18, 2024. AALIYAH JOHN: Hello, my name is Aaliyah. Um, and for today I'll be responding to questions A and B for the RIT Archives StoryBooth. So, first thing, "What's something new that I learned about the SHED today?" Well, I learned about the amount of tools and resources that it has. I knew the SHED was a place for creative-- creative mind sets, but I didn't know about the vast amount of tools that they have. The many amounts of 3D printing machines, like the resin printing one and just the regular film 3D printing one, the sizes that it can vary in. And that it's fully accessible to students, staff, faculty, whomever. I think that's a really cool thing. Um, I really do think that it has something that. um, is really great for students, which is students like me who just always like to do things, create things, make things. And, I like my experience today so far. I don't know. It really like... It intrigued me. I think my interest in 3D printing and just creating art has expanded. I definitely will be using this space a lot in the future, um, especially the many years that I have and knowing that this place will be here. Pretty much for my whole journey at RIT. Um, that has made me super happy. I was, it was so overwhelming the amount of cool things you can see. They had the boots downstairs that-- Who build robots and and, and uh, rockets. Who builds rockets and a Formula 1, Formula Race and even a solder (unintelligable), and, which is something that always intrested-- Was an interest of mine. We can, like, put things together where you have a tech and you need to adjust a few things is resources here that can help you do that. I think a little trinkets you can make just to... Of how maybe send to family, friends, to keep in your room. I just think everything was just really cool. And it was so nice and helpful. And yeah, I think this place is really going to be. um, important for a lot of students. And very useful for them. I think this was a great idea. I think they pulled it off spectacularly. And, um, yeah. Bye. Interviews may be reproduced with written permission from RIT Archives. All rights to the interviews, including but not restricted to legal title, copyrights and literary property rights, have been transferred to RIT Archives, Rochester Institute of Technology. video This collection is open to researchers. For more information on the RIT Archives StoryBooth program, please email ritarchive
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Interview Keyword

RIT Archives StoryBooth;Student Hall for Exploration and Development

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“RIT Archives StoryBooth with Aaliyah John, SHED Open House, 2024-01-18,” Oral History, accessed July 15, 2024, https://oralhistory.rit.edu/items/show/28.