A community conversation Friday will consider a just, inclusive, and sustainable recovery in Windsor post-pandemic.
A panel will explore the legal, public policy, criminology, and digital technology issues raised by Amazon Ring, Jan. 22 in the SoCA Armouries.
The Leddy Library’s scholarly publishing services has enshrined the collaborative research of the Tikkun project for years to come.
Leddy Library is inviting students and faculty to take part in the Scholarly Impact Challenge, an effort to improve the impact of their research.
Librarian Mita Williams will lead students through a free session of making buttons and bookmarks on Thursday, September 7, at the Leddy Library.
The Leddy Library is hosting several presentations promoting greater access to research results in observance of Open Access Week.
A public forum Friday, March 14, will feature a panel discussion on the importance of science and an informed public.
What if libraries, instead of bringing the world to a community, served to bring the community to the world?
That shift is already underway, says Mita Williams. She will discuss the implications in her free public lecture, “The library as interface to public space and public self,” on Friday, April 13, in the Leddy Library.
Williams, user experience librarian in the Leddy’s information services department, will explore the library’s potential to help bridge the digital divide and help people to engage with each other.