Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
The National Technical Institute for the Deaf Media Production Department records provide a snapshot of the diverse collection of curriculum and publications created by NTID during the late 1970s through the early part of the 2010s. The collection consists of various materials such as faculty papers, curriculum, publications, and multiple forms of graphic materials, including VHS, DVDs, and CDs.
A collection of materials pertaining to the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) from 1965 to the current time. Materials include newsclippings, promotional materials, campus publications, photographs, and other ephemera generated by and for NTID.
The Student Affairs Division at the Rochester Institute of Technology is an administrative unit that serves to coordinate the programs, activities, and facilities that support the personal, social, and academic needs of RIT students. The RIT Student Affairs records include a variety of documentation such as program review reports, meeting minutes, publications, correspondence, and promotional materials. There is also a collection of t-shirts from Student Affairs events.
The University Publications collection comprises over 20 linear feet of materials created by the department for Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID). Some examples of printed materials are sports viewbooks, department brochures, commencement pamphlets, RIT University magazine, NTID focus, course catalogs.
The RIT University Publications photograph collection contains photographic work done by student employee, Jen Moon between 2004-2008. There are six binders full of images on CDs with accompanying contact sheets for most, some by other photographers.
NTID-related materials collected by Thomas Raco, an administrator at NTID for many years. The materials center around art at NTID, art curriculum, artists who attended NTID, an alums show at Dyer Art Center, articles and videotapes about deaf art and artists. Collection also includes sample artwork by deaf artist Morris Broderson.