Check out this video of our past DHH student workers!
This guide will assist you with finding library and community resources. The library hours are posted for your convenience. Note that we have the RIT ASL and Deaf Studies Community Center (RADSCC) and the Writing Commons (with sign fluent tutors) on the first floor. Workshops and ASL tutoring are offered at the RADSCC. JavaWally's is located off the lobby and is a place where you can relax, meet friends, study, and use your laptop and drink coffee or tea.
If you have questions, feel free to contact me, Joan Naturale - I am the NTID and Deaf Studies Librarian and happy to help. If I am unavailable or you need an answer quickly, you can contact the Reference Desk (behind the Circulation Desk) in person or use our IM Chat.
Try the Scavenger Hunt, LibHunt.
Using the Library
This section will answer FAQs about how to get research help, how to use the printer/scanner, reserve a study room, borrow a laptop, send a fax, use our wi-fi system, and how to get information from our databases.
You can find our policies here related to borrowing materials.
You can find our policies here related to renewing materials.
This section provides information on how to request materials at RIT Libraries and elsewhere.
This section lists extensive resources to help you conduct your research successfully.
Fines and Fees
You can find our policies on fines here.
This section provides resources such as tutorials on avoiding plagiarism and using citations, DVDs, and online videos.
Deaf Studies Materials
You can find books and DVDs related to Deaf Studies here.