UPDATE on Library hours, services, and resources

To the Wentworth community: Based on the guidance we have received from Wentworth administration, the Library and Tech Sandbox spaces will be CLOSED until the Institute reopens.  We will continue to support students, faculty, and staff over the coming weeks and months via our online services and resources.    We will be offering Library services via email, chat, and web-conferencing tools.  […]

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Library Response to COVID-19

In light of the growing public health concern, the global impact, and the potential for community transmission, the Institute is transitioning its courses to online modalities. We will be offering Library services in person and via email, chat, and web-conferencing tools.  Please see below for a summary or visit our website for more information. Library In-Person Hours (3/14/20 […]

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Al Shawaf Family Terrace Construction Begins

Thanks to the generous donation of WIT Alumnus Faisal Al Shawaf, a rooftop terrace will be constructed above the Flannagan Campus Center Pavillion in Beatty Hall! During this time, the Bill & Jean Whelan Cafe and Reading Lounge will be inaccessible during the entire run of the interior construction. There will be some noise and […]

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Program Room Contest – Spring 2019

Would you and your friends like to spend an evening in the Library Program Room studying for that big exam or working on your final project, surrounded by delicious snacks? Starting March 18, follow us on Twitter (@WITLibrary), like, and retweet for a chance to win a snack-filled Program Room for you and your friends! […]

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World War I Posters by ENG II on Display

Posters from English II, Sections 24 and 26, taught by adjunct professor Danica A. Buckley, are now on display in the Library, until March 3rd! The students read To End All Wars, by Adam Hochschild, chose a WWI poem, and researched an area of interest, culminating in posters, papers, and presentations. The projects are focused […]

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Dig IT Digital: 3D Printing the Past

Come see the Dig It Digital Exhibition in our library gallery on the 2nd floor. This exhibit explores Cypriot art and culture through scale 3D prints of artifacts recovered from tombs, settlements, and a religious sanctuary. Included in the exhibition are replicas of terracotta figurines, limestone sculptures, and utilitarian objects that together highlight Greek, Roman, Egyptian, […]

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