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IMGS 606/607 Imaging Science: Class Agenda Contact Info.

This guide focuses on the physical, electro-optical, mathematical, computational, and statistical foundations of Imaging Science research and application. Topics include Fourier methods for imaging , Probability, Noise and system modeling , Radiometry ,..


Class Agenda and Takeaways

                 Start with Mentimeter Poll question : url will be provided in Zoom chat 

  • Class Conversation takeaways:
  1. Library Research Sources
  2. Publication types
  3. Publishing Watch Dogs: Retraction Watch, Cochrane Group,,,,
  4. Tools : Library Apps, Database/Journal Alerts
  5. Guides: Searching, writing, citing


Zoom protocol: use chat , hand symbols or speak using video. I will ask Dr. Lohse to monitor chats while I am sharing my screen.

Zoom shared view items: 1. Infoguide 2. mentimeter poll and 3. library's webpage 4. GoogleScholar





Need Help?

For further assistance by email/IM/SKYPE/Zoom

  •  https://rit.libcal.com/appointments?u=60948
  • aabwml@rit.edu  
  • SKYPE NAME: leave a message at RIT COS CHST Science Librarian

     Adwoa Boateng Ed.D

   College of Science and

    College of Health Sciences & Technology

    Science Librarian

not in the building at this time 

WAL room # 1424 (first floor computer area) 


My Background:   My professional experience began in quality control and new product development laboratories as a laboratory technician for companies such as General Electric and Corning Inc.  My applied technical information research and instruction experiences are based ion when I was working as an Information Specialist,/ Library Manager and Business Services Analyst for Corning, Bausch @ Lomb, USPTO, EDS and Xerox. 

My Education background: Ed. D Executive Leadership, MLS Information Studies , M.S. Education, B.S. Medical Technology and Biochemistry, MIS/BSA/Website Development certificates from RIT’s SCOB.

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