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Published On: May 2, 2023

Jen Freer, our Business Librarian has created an InfoGuide re: literature review mapping tools that may be useful for your research or your students' research. These visualization tools identify citations and citation counts for your topics. Jen recommends the Research Rabbit tool.

Published On: May 2, 2023

Wallace On Ice Closing
Wallace On Ice, our temporary home in Ritter Arena, will close on Sunday, May 14th, 2023. This will allow us to move materials back into Wallace Library in preparation for Fall semester.

Wallace Library Reopening

Published On: Apr 19, 2023

This research is from Selena Moon, who describes herself as visually impaired and is working on Japanese and disability research during WW II.

Kikue Ukai (Fujii) is a poet who wrote articles for the Silent Worker etc. She was also a librarian.

Published On: Apr 16, 2023

Jessica Williams shared the exciting news that ALL of NTID has access to this multi-level reading database, NewsELA-- https://newsela.com/

Published On: Mar 20, 2023

This 36 second video shows you how to open your e-Book in the Proquest eBooks system. 

Published On: Mar 20, 2023

How do you request an off-site item? Request it and pick it up within one or two days. View this 9 second video that shows you how to request it.

You (faculty/staff) can request delivery of the item to your office by filling out this form.

Published On: Mar 20, 2023

If the library does not have a book you need, check ConnectNY, a consortium of 10 college libraries in NY State with borrowing privileges. Here is a 40 second video that shows you how to request a book. This is a free service. Allow 5 business days to get a book requested through this service.

Published On: Mar 20, 2023

Are you looking for lexile reading levels and wondering how to find them? A few of our library resources show you lexile reading levels of books and articles. 

The lexile reading score is a metric that one can use to select appropriate reading materials. It matches the student's reading level with the text that can be read with 75% comprehension. This is considered a comfortable reading level and still challenging to assist the student in developing and attaining a higher reading level.

Published On: Feb 21, 2023

We are celebrating Deaf History & Poetry month with Ilya Kaminsky, author "Deaf Republic" on Saturday, April 1st at Gates Public Library, 902 Elmgrove Rd, Rochester, NY 14624. All are invited. Kaminsky will recite a few poems, and there will be a follow-up reception and book signing. Transcportation can be arranged for students. Email jxnwml@rit.edu if you are a student and need transportation.

Published On: Feb 21, 2023

Picture of author sitting at a desk next to his book "Deaf Republic" that shows a bricked ear.

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