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IMGS 606/607 Imaging Science: Need Help? Start Here.

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Guide Purpose: The role of Information in your career

          This guide focuses on resources for imaging science research and imaging application areas, including electro-optical imaging, digital image processing, color science, perception and vision, electrophotography, lithography, remote sensing, medical imaging, electronic printing, and machine vision.

         While meeting with your advisor  consult RIT's internal  Scholar Works database :  RIT's own theses, dissertations, papers

  1. You have many sources to search for information.
  2. Use Google Scholar with the library's article access app called More@RIT
  3. Summon is the library's webpage search box .
  4. Use  the yellow MORE box which is the  library app for fulltext articles
  5. You can search the library catalog
  6. Library journal listing
  7. Specific databases: Web of Science, ScienceDirect, Wiley, SPIE, etc.

Library Point Of Contact

For further assistance by email/IM/SKYPE/Zoom

     Adwoa Boateng Ed.D

   cos/chst Librarian

 aabwml@rit.edu

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 acquired from 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 in Education, 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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