Steve’s Getting Back to Hollywood MIX

Have you seen it yet? https://vimeo.com/290399342

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Prof. Sullivan’s book is now available: Thomas Elyot: Critical Editions of Four Works on Counsel

Currently (August 31st) can be found on the New Books shelf @ithacalibrary:

Elyot, T., Sullivan, R., & Walzer, A. (2018). Thomas Elyot, critical editions of four works on counsel : The doctrinal of princes, Pasquill the playne, Of that knowlage whiche maketh a wise man, and The defence of good women (International studies in the history of rhetoric ; 9).

Sullivan's Thomas Elyot

To Faculty; from IC Library Access Services; IN RE: Reserves in Leganto

Dear Ithaca College Faculty,
Library staff is currently accepting reserve requests for fall 2018. Beginning with the fall semester, the library will be posting articles in Leganto. Leganto is an interactive reading list tool, accessed through Sakai, for instructors to post content for students. Please see https://libguides.ithaca.edu/leganto for more information on how to activate Leganto for your course. Please let Library staff know if you prefer to have articles posted in Sakai for the fall semester. Please note that all print materials and e-reserve articles will be posted in Leganto beginning Spring 2019.
Requests are processed in the order in which they are received. You will receive an email notification upon completion of your request. Submitting reserve requests in advance gives us the opportunity to email you with any questions.
The fall semester begins Wednesday, August 29th.
Submit reserve requests online at https://library.ithaca.edu/forms/res_request.php. The Ithaca College Library course reserve policy can be found at https://library.ithaca.edu/services/reserves.php.
For multimedia reserves and questions about posting digital audio or video in Sakai, please contact Scott Fish, Multimedia Coordinator/Reserves & Digitization, at mmreserve@ithaca.edu.
For general reserves questions or for (non-multimedia) digital reserves and Leganto questions, please contact Shianne Beer, 2nd Shift Circulation/Reserves Coordinator, at reserve@ithaca.edu.
For questions regarding copyright permission, please contact Ben Hogben, Access Services Manager, at bhogben@ithaca.edu.
Happy fall, and have a great semester!
Sincerely,
Ben Hogben, Yue Hao, Shianne Beer, and Scott Fish

Library Tours: Walk through the service points of the library with us

Find your way around the Ithaca College Library

When:  Two tours: 4 pm Tuesday, August 28th OR 3 pm Friday, August 31st
Meet:  Gannett Center, 2nd floor:  Convene at the Research Help Desk as you enter the Library

Located on the 2nd to the 5th floors of the Gannett Center, the Library is a popular place for quiet study and group work.  Borrow a laptop, books, music scores, journals, DVDs, CDs, board games, Blu-ray & CD drives and more. Take a break or pick up a Grab & Go lunch or snack at the café.  We’ll answer all your questions about the Library.

Can’t make it?  Geek out with our LibQuest online scavenger hunt: https://library.ithaca.edu/libquest/  Bring your mobile device to library and learn by doing. You can also stop by the Research Help Desk and Ask a Librarianhttps://library.ithaca.edu/services/reference.php

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Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Cathy H Michael at cmichael@ithaca.edu or (607) 274-1293. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

IC Library Doc: The Great White Hoax

If you’ve not seen it, check out The Great White Hoax @ithacalibrary (DVD 11159).   Here is the publisher’s description:

“The Great White Hoax, featuring acclaimed anti-racist educator and author Tim Wise, explores how American political leaders of both parties have been tapping into white anxiety, stoking white grievance, and scapegoating people of color for decades to divide and conquer working class voters and shore up political support. The film’s primary focus is Donald Trump’s race-baiting 2016 campaign for the presidency. But it widens its scope to show how Trump’s charged rhetoric about African-Americans, Latinos, and Muslims fits within a longstanding historical pattern, offering a stunning survey of how racism and racial scapegoating have shaped American politics for centuries. The Great White Hoax is an ideal resource for courses that look at race relations, white privilege, the intersectionality of race, class, and gender identities, presidential politics, and political propaganda”