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Citation Open Lab, December 8-12: Get help with your citation questions!

RIT Libraries will be hosting a Citation Open Lab everyday December 8th – 12th from 12pm-2pm to assistant students with citation questions.

During this open lab, drop-by the BibLab (library 3rd floor) to get help with specific citation questions for your final projects.  As questions are asked, an RIT Librarian will walk everyone through the answer.

When: Every Day December 8-12

Learn more about Lynda.com on Wednesday December 3rd

Lynda.com representitive will be visiting RIT on Wednesday December 3rd. Learn more about this great video tutorial database offering classes on Adobe products, the Microsoft suite, Drupal, SQL and much more!

Information sessions will be held on Wednesday December 3rd in the following locations:

Thank you for visiting during our Commuter Spirit Week event!

Thank you for visiting us yesterday, commuters! We saw over 100 of you during our event as part of Commuter Spirit Week & consider it a huge success! We hope you will take advantage of our resources and visit us often!

If you didn't have a chance to attend here's some of what you missed: 

Brick City Events at The Wallace Center

Join us on Brick City Weekend for an information session, a book signing and tours both inside & out!

For information on each of our offerings, see descriptions below. We look forward to seeing you!


Name of Event: More than A Library!  

Join us Friday Oct 17th for the History of the Linotype Company Book Signing Event

From the Victorian era to the start of the twenty-first century, the Mergenthaler Linotype Company dominated the typesetting and printing industries. This new book details the products, the people, and the corporate activities that kept the company ahead of its competition in hot metal, phototypesetting, and pre-press technology. Meet the author, Professor Emeritus Frank Romano. Books will be available for sale.

Date of event: Friday 10/17

Start time: 3:00 PM

End time: 4:30 PM

Location: RIT Press, second floor, The Wallace Center

Database of the Month: CREDO Reference

Database of the Month
Need biographical information on Nikola Tesla and not sure Wikipedia is the place to go?  CREDO Reference is an ebook collection of reference works including encyclopedias, dictionaries, biographies and quotations. Try this database any time you're tempted to use Wikipedia. Chances are you can find more reliable information in CREDO! 
 

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