HU Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society: Professors James Boyle and Jennifer Jenkins (Duke Law School) discuss Theft! A History of Music, their graphic novel about musical borrowing.


IC Faculty: RSVP for a Data & Statistics workshop 4/25/18 at 3pm in the library’s classroom

Want to learn how and where to find data and statistics to use in teaching, scholarship or for class exercises or demonstration? The Data and Statistics workshop will be held on Wednesday, April 25th at 3:00 in Room 319 in the Gannett Library. This workshop will identify sources of statistics and freely available datasets from library databases such as Statista to governmental sources, data archives, etc.  Learn how to use advanced search features in Google to find data/statistics in a wide variety of formats along with others listed on our guide, Data & Statistics.

This workshop will taught by James Bondra, the Business, Economics and Sport Management librarian along with Dr. William Tastle, Chair of the Management Department in the School of Business.  There will be hands-on exercises in searching for data and using MS-Excel to visualize data.

Please RSVP to James Bondra at

Thanks for your time and hope to see you on April 25th.

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Do You Need to Take A Language Course? How About Taking Latin 101 or Latin 200?

Ithaca College Honors Program Blog

Hello Honorites!

Elementary Latin I (LATN 10100) is being offered in the Fall on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2:35-3:50. You can use it for the ICC Identities theme (Humanities perspective)!

Intermediate Latin (LATN 20000) is being offered in the Fall on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:10-2:25. — Some prior knowledge of the language is required for this course.

Please contact Dr. Robert Ziomkowski for details (

In these courses you will read about the myths of ancient Rome in the original language. & you will Improve your English vocabulary!

Latin will help HSHP students and Pre-law students understand their specialized vocabulary as well!

Register Today!

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Enter the Twilight Zone… Friday the 13th, 8-10 pm IC Library #NationalLibraryWeek @ithacalibrary

The IC Library, in partnership with Prof. Chrissy Guest and the Fiction Field Production class, will screen two original Twilight Zone episodes and two original student productions.

Rod Serling, creator of the Twilight Zone, taught at IC from the late 1960’s until his death in 1975.  The College Archives houses Serling’s TZ scripts and personal copies of his films. In celebration of National Library Week , please join us for as we recognize a distinctive Ithaca College collection and its enduring inspiration for IC students.

Two passes to Cinemapolis will be awarded! Snacks will be provided!

This event is for students, staff and faculty of Ithaca College.

Save the date through the IC Events Calendar



April 2nd is International Fact-Checking Day #FactCheckIt