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My Untold Story: Immigration

Black and white photograph of a protest. Female protester holding a sign that says "United we dream. We are here to stay!" Overlaid text says "Alumna. Mexican. Dreamer. Immigrant."

Have you ever wondered what it's like to be an immigrant? How can we challenge stereotypes or prejudices and build understanding through dialogue?

Recommended Reading for Gray Matter Discussions

Learn more about the upcoming Gray Matter discussion topic with books available from RIT Libraries!

Equality & Justice: Can we have both?

November 10, 2017, Noon-1:00pm —MOSAIC Center (SAU)

Recommended reading:

F Squared

F Squared
A collaborative gathering of fashion and food photography classes

May 3 to June 7, 2017


Opening Reception:
May 11, 4:30 to 6pm


Sunken Gallery, 2nd floor
Wallace Center, RIT Libraries

Learn to use citation tools EndNote & Zotero

Improve your online research! Make organizing and citing online resources easier using a citation tool.

This week we are offering sessions on two different tools, EndNote and Zotero. All faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend these workshops.

EndNote — Wednesday March 8, 12-1pm

Saturday Book Share — 1st Saturdays

Saturday Book Share – 1st Saturdays

You are invited to a new series – on the 1st Saturday of the Month. Join the RIT Libraries this Saturday March 4,2017 from 2:30 to 4:30pm to look, read and share books in the Library collection related to a topic of interest in imaging arts – animation, art, crafts, design, film, media sciences and photography! Tea and Scones provided.

Location: Sunken Gallery, 2nd floor

Database of the Month: Artstor

Database of the Month

More than Art! Discover the rich image collections in Artstor to illuminate topics in literature, philosophy, history and more!

The Artstor Digital Library features a wide range of multidisciplinary content from some of the world’s top museums, artists, libraries, scholars, and photo archives, including rare collections not accessible anywhere else. New contributions are added regularly.

#1Tiger1Book, Friday 1/27 @ 11am: Learn to edit Wikipedia to add a source

Join The Wallace Center for #1Tiger1Book– learn how to find a book for 1 Wikipedia entry and learn how to add it to the entry!

When: Friday January 27, 11am-1pm

Where: VIA Lab, 2nd floor of The Wallace Center

RIT Tigers can make Wikipedia better!

Free pizza, drinks & snacks! Learn about the Wikipedia Edit-a-thon coming on March 25, 2017.

Registration requested, but not required.  All are welcome!