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Mobile App Development Environment (MADE) at UF is a new university initiative to provide students with the necessary equipment and training to develop mobile applications. The MADE@UF lab is equipped with a variety of different devices to enable students to develop mobile applications for both iOS and Android devices.

This lab is not available for reservation by a class. However, organizations may request to hold an event in the MADE@UF space by filling out the reservation request form. To see upcoming events, or to determine an available date for your event, please view the lab calendar. If you have any questions about the space, feel free to email Sara Gonzalez at saragonz@ufl.edu.

Where is it located?

MADE@UF is located on the 1st floor of the Marston Science Library in the Collaboration Commons area in front of the elevators. It is open the same hours as the building.

Who can use MADE@UF?

MADE@UF is open to all undergraduate and graduate students with a valid UF ID.

How can you participate?

Every user of MADE@UF needs to check out a room key, good for a 2 hour block, at the Marston Science Library service desk (2nd floor). The first time you check out a key, you will need to sign a copy of the MADE@UF agreement forms. Once you have an agreement on file, you will receive a small sticker on your ID to show that you are authorized to use the room.

Testing devices, Google Glasses, or Epson Moverios to be used in MADE@UF are available for checkout at the Marston Science Library service desk.

Computers and devices currently are first come, first served. Single users are encouraged to use the individual computers to save the large tables for groups.