The newly opened Gallaudet Museum, recognized for its commitment to promoting a rich deaf experience, honored RIT’s very own Joan Naturale with the respected title “Honorary Librarian.” Joan is the NTID Reference Librarian at the Wallace Center.
On July 10th, over 200 people joined us at The Wallace Center for the 2014 Nathaniel Rochester Society Summer Gala. The event included the dedication of the new Nathaniel Rochester Society Honor Wall which recognizes the more than 970 members of the society. The mission of the Nathaniel Rochester Society is to develop friends and ambassadors to promote and support RIT. The wall, located on the first floor of The Wallace Center, was one of many Wallace Center treasures shared with NRS members that night. Tours also included a walk through recent first floor renovations, as well
Open Access (OA) Publishing is an alternative to traditional publishing. It allows unrestricted access to peer-reviewed research. Learn how to publish OA, how to avoid predatory OA Publishers, and protect your rights as an author.
Check out our new guide here: http://infoguides.rit.edu/oapublishing.
Have extra time on your hands this summer? Check out our Summer 2014 Reading Possibilities guide! Books are available through RIT Libraries or the local public library.
Have you been putting off returning your library books because of fines?
For one day only, Reading Day Thursday May 15th from 9am-4pm, return your library books and have the fines for those books waived.
The Wallace Center wants to thank all the students and faculty who voted for us in the Rochester Regional Library Council's 2014 Library of the Year contest. Because of your input, TWC has been selected for Honorable Mention.Fourteen academic/special libraries were considered for the award (284 nominations).