Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
The Deaf Rochester Film Festival collection contains planning materials, media, posters, programs, and other promotional material relating to the festival.
Materials relating to NTID professor Frank Caccamise's work in the application and development of sign language assessment and instruction. The collection includes books, VHS tapes, and DVDs.
Papers of Fred W. Smith, a former Secretary of the Institute and Assistant to the President at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Smith worked at RIT from 1971-2008. The collection includes biographical material, copies of Smith's papers and presentations, correspondence, and administrative information for select projects.
The George M. Cochran digital moving image collection consists of several films and business cards from Cochran's film and marketing companies. Cochran was a student at RIT in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences in the early 1960's. The films are housed on optical discs (CD-ROM/DVD).
Selection of dvds from the Hey Listen! series created by the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology.
A collection of programs and dvds documenting the 2010-2015 Innovation Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies at RIT. The 2015 inductee was Alex Kipman, a 2001 graduate of Golisano College of Computing and Information Science, and an inventor at Microsoft.
The TRIPOD Educational Model School (TRIPOD) program was started in 1982 as a method of teaching both deaf and hearing students together in a classroom using both sign language and voice. Eight DVDs contain Dr. James DeCaro's interviews with the founders of the TRIPOD program and parents of children who attended.
A collection of negatives created by Ken Huth while a photography student at RIT, and later as a freelance photographer covering events at RIT. Added to the collection is a DVD of Ken Huth Photos from 2006 documenting the 90th birthday of Alfred Davis (Mr. RIT) and the dedication of RIT's IT Collaboratory, and the 2010 Brick City weekend.
DVD and news clipping on Lauren Aggen's heart transplant. Aggen attended the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
18 dvds of student works from the Media Cafe Retrospective. The Media Cafe is a media-based exhibition site in the Fine Art Photo Department in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences at the Rochester Institute of Technology.