Results for "Wellesley"


  • Libraries as Spaces for Teaching, Learning and Research: The Learning Commons Model

    The library has been central to the learning process at Wellesley since its inception. The library's collections and services have evolved over time as the curriculum, pedagogy and technologies have advanced, but serving as a learning center has always been central to its role. As we consider ane...

    Tags: Wellesley, Libraries

    December 20, 2013

  • Universal Access to All Knowledge - Brewster Kahle

    WELLESLEY COLLEGE PRESENTS: Brewster Kahle, Founder of the Internet ArchiveUniversal Access to All Knowledge Part of the Liberal Arts Learning in the Digital Age Series:

    Tags: Wellesley, Knowledge Access

    December 20, 2013

  • Recognizing Network Manipulation: A short history and current challenges

    We live in an increasingly interconnected world, one in which people turn to the Web and online social networks for information when making important medical, financial and political decisions. As more and more people use sites, such as Google, Bing, Facebook and Twitter, on a daily basis as a pr...

    Tags: Wellesley, Network Manipulation

    December 20, 2013

  • Nolan Flynn on Biomaterials and Making the Bionic Woman

    What are biomaterials? What do they do? What could they do in the future? Chemistry professor Nolan Flynn addresses these questions and others in a thought-provoking talk for Wellesley's Family & Friends Weekend 2013.

    Tags: Wellesley, Biomaterials, Bionic Woman

    December 20, 2013