Vessel is a juried traveling exhibition sponsored by the Guild of Bookworkers. This exhibition features approximately 50 works by Guild members. Selected works include fine and edition bindings, artist’s books, broadsides (letterpress printing, calligraphy, and decorative paper making), and historical binding models.
Information Delivery Services (IDS) has moved to the first floor of the library in room 1445. Stop by if you have questions about the status or renewal of a ConnectNY or Interlibrary Loan request. Continue to visit the Circulation desk to pick up and return requested items.
Their normal office hours are 8:30am – 4:30pm weekdays. Stop in and say hello.
The Wallace Center is hosting the Meet the Distinguished Alumni Award Winners event on Friday April 15 from 2-3pm. Meet footwear designers, doctors, inventors, activists, CEOs and more!
Light refreshments will be served and the first 150 to arrive will receive a commemorative booklet featuring the winners.
For more information, visit the alumni website: http://www.rit.edu/alumni/daa.
The RIT Libraries is now offering 1500 Wiley journals, dating back to 1997. Wiley Online Library hosts the world's broadest and deepest multidisciplinary collection of online resources covering life, health and physical sciences, social science, and the humanities.
Feeling a little whimsy? Perhaps a little silly? Grab Thing 1 and Thing 2 and come celebrate Dr Seuss' birthday with us on Wednesday, March 2nd from 9-11 am! Stop by the first floor of The Wallace Center for green eggs and ham breakfast sandwiches to enjoy here or take with you all the places you'll go! Come dressed as your favorite Seuss character and be entered to win a Java's travel mug and drink! (All food is while supplies last. First come, first served.
RIT Libraries has video phones available for public use. Sorenson and Purple video phones are located on the first floor along the wall at the front of the building and also on the second floor along the wall in the computer lab near the microfilm machines. Deaf patrons can use the video relay service or call others who have a video phone and hearing patrons can call their Deaf friends who use the video phone.