Located on the first floor of Clapp Library, the Knapp Media and Technology Center is home to the majority of Wellesley’s multimedia workspaces. It was founded 1997 by Betsy Knapp '64 and her husband Bud Knapp, whom you can read more about here. The space holds a number of Mac and PC computing stations as well as audio and video editing suites and production studios. It is also the location of Wellesley’s makerspace where students can create and collaborate on new and innovative projects using equipment like 3D printers and Virtual Reality headsets. Knapp interns are available to provide training and workshops on the equipment.
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