If you want to get a 3D printer into your school there are a myriad of options to make that happen, and some at little to no cost! The same is true for robots that students of all ages can program to begin learning to code. These are some of the amazing things I learned at Georgia Southern University's 1st Annual Edumakers Unconference October 7th at the College of Education. Professors, directors, administrators, and educators gathered for sessions covering organizing and funding makerspaces, virtual and augmented reality, 3D printing, coding, robotics, and more. Georgia Public Broadcast was delighted to be invited to present the maker-oriented resources free to all Georgia educators through our partnerships with Discovery Education and PBSLearningMedia.