University of Rochester’s libraries remain up to date in a digital world through smartphone applications, texts and live chats with librarians.
A computer programming team came in third in the regional final of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest, behind MIT and Harvard.
Renewed support will allow the corridor to foster new connections among faculty, students, programs, and resources in shared areas of scholarly interest.
From computer tablets to smart phones, digitization has transformed much about contemporary life—but scholarly publishing in the humanities has changed little.
Microsoft and the University cohosted a program to improve technology skills of teachers and improve their access to technology.
Two additional resources that support information technology research and analysis are available to the University community through River Campus Libraries.