Search our Library Catalog or browse the Library stacks to find leisure time reading and other entertainment, including:
Need a quiet place to relax? Visit the glass-enclosed Carney Reading Room on the Mezzanine.
Wentworth librarians are more than happy to help you in your research endeavors.
Subject Guides: The best resources, tips, and strategies for doing research in the library, organized by subject
Search our online and print library collection.
Wentworth students, faculty, and staff may borrow materials from all of the libraries in the Fenway Library Organization online catalog.
The Guarracino Family Gallery in the Library and the CEIS Showcase provide wonderful spaces where Wentworth students, faculty and staff can publicly exhibit project work, art, scholarship, and collaborative projects. Exhibits will be considered on individual merit and all submissions are encouraged.
Book displays feature new books and media in the collection or tie in with campus and community events. They are located in various places around the Library. Monthly book displays with specific themes can be found in the Café area, in the Red Gallery. We welcome your ideas for book displays; submit them here.
Options for printing in the Library.
The Lloyd Andres Carney Technology Sandbox is an informal, student-run, drop-in space housed within the Library.
Equipment use and materials are currently free of charge thanks to the generous support of the George I. Alden Trust. Our services and equipment are only available to current WIT students, faculty and staff.
The Library has 10 public workstations with a variety of computer software. Windows 10 workstations are located on the main floor of the Library. A WIT network login is required. Available software includes:
If you would like to host an event in the Library, please contact Malissa Redmond, Library Administrative Services Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-989-4299.
The Library works with faculty and students in the classroom, in building our library collections and services, we are interested in new ways we can collaborate to highlight faculty and student work, or innovative activities on campus.To find out more, please contact Kevin Kidd, Director of the Library, email@example.com, 617-989-4095.
Douglas D. Schumann Library & Learning Commons
Wentworth Institute of Technology
550 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115