Bridging the Gap between Students and Resources

Wednesday, March 28 | 3:30PM–4:15PM ET | Room 554
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
The Knapp Media and Technology Center is a site for digital making and fabrication at Wellesley College that is host to student innovation using the latest resources in emerging technology. With a team of student interns, Knapp personnel developed methods to engage students from various academic disciplines to explore our available resources and understand how a makerspace could play a role in their work. In this session, participants will take part in our interactive programming and discuss various methods for bridging the gap between students and their institution's resources.

Outcomes: Discover a new method for delivering complex learning concepts through hands-on, public-facing activities * Try "maker" technology/workflows and hear about how they are being used in coursework by students * Learn about new strategies for training students to drive innovation and support emerging technology initiatives


  • Kate Johnson

    Instructional Technologist, Wellesley College

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  • Bridging the Gap Between Students and Resources

    4 MB, pdf - Updated on 1/27/2024