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INTP 326 American Sign Language VII: e-Books

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Last Updated: Aug 22, 2022 10:49 AM

Finding e-Books

We have many online books you can access 24/7 from anywhere as long as you log in with your RIT username and password. Please note that some publishers are allowing unlimited access to e-Books during this time. Here are some e-Book sample titles you can explore. The link will open up to the library record. You need to click the eBook link in the middle of the record. Review the table of contents to find your topic or use the search bar and type in your keywords. The results will show relevant pages.

You can easily locate e-books using the refinement filters within Summon. Conduct your search, refine your search to "items with full text online" and limit the content type to "Books/ebooks". Your results list will now be only e-books. 

If you are looking for Demographics and Employment information, check out this InfoGuide. If you are looking for discrimination topics, check out the Audism InfoGuide.If looking for Deaf and mental health issues, check out this InfoGuide. If interested in Deaf prisoners' rights, check out the organization HEARD, which works on their behalf.

Check out the RIT Libraries Catalog search below and type in your keywords to find books on your topic. 

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