The ACCESS borrowing card will grant you direct borrowing privileges at participating area libraries. It is available to current faculty, graduate and undergraduate students and professional and research staff at RIT. Your application will be reviewed by the Reference Librarian in charge of the subject area in which you are doing research.
Cards are valid for a maximum of one year, from January 1 to December 31, with no automatic renewals.
We will be updating these tutorials to point to RIT Libraries' resources, but for now, review these tutorials for information on scientific and evidence-based research.
Below are video journals (some captioned, particularly those that are current 2 years) that explain laboratory practices and related topics. A journal you may be interested in exploring is the Journal of Science Education for Students with Disabilities.
Find Science Technical Sign Language DVDs by using our RIT Libraries Catalog above.
Do you need to look at other RIT theses or dissertations from students before you...either for format or content? Do you want to see where your completed work will be posted? Take a look at Scholar Works which is a full-text repository of faculty and student scholarship.