How kids learn today: Libraries, Technology, and Learning at MIT in the 21st Century - Ann J. Wolpert - MIT Club of Northern California
MIT students learn individually, collaboratively, and interactively, often in fast-paced, technology-enabled environments. They must be able to acquire knowledge and manage information whether they are 300 miles from campus, in a campus library, or sitting in a classroom.
MIT's libraries are acknowledged leaders among research libraries for their innovative and experimental approach to academic library service. They share MIT's creative drive, commitment to research, and passion for excellence in support of MIT students.
Learn about the ways MIT's libraries use new technology and new ideas to empower students to thrive at MIT and prepare for a lifetime of learning.