Northeastern's Davis Distinguished Professor of American Literature, Carla Kaplan, presents her book about the white women of the Harlem Renaissance, September 30 at noon in Room 90.
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On Snell Library's second floor, the new Digital Scholarship Commons is a resource center where faculty and doctoral students can consult with library personnel and experts in technology and learning science to discover and share best practices for teaching and learning and for using the latest technology, hardware, and software to enhance their research projects and instruction.
Members of the Northeastern community now have access to BrowZine, a new app that allows you to browse, read, and monitor many of the library’s scholarly journals in a format optimized for your iOS or Android device.
Results of a study published in the Journal of Neuroscience indicate that 2 years of musical training improves children’s ability to process sounds, leading to improved language skills.