The RIT Libraries offer many resources to students, faculty, and staff. These include, but are not limited to: ebooks, physical books, DVDs, journals. databases and personal 1-1 research help.
Summon is a great discovery tool for those who have not yet narrowed down their topic or key words. It will show the user all materials that are available to them through RIT.
A database is a collection of materials that deal with a certain topic or area of study. Some tend to be very specific, while others cross disciplines.
The database finder is organized by collections of databases for each college at RIT.
A journal is an academic periodical publication. This means that a collection of materials is published together at regularly occurring intervals.
If you are unable to find what you are looking for in our collection, materials can be requested through IDS.
A concept map is a tool that is created and used to visually represent ideas and relationships.
There are multiple free ways to make you own concept map. Such as a pen and paper, or google sheets.