This course emphasizes the reading and writing of film criticism. This guide focuses on tools and techniques that aid your discovery and incorporation of the literature of film criticism, both popular and scholarly, into your work for this course.
Subjects: Film StudiesTags: Film Criticism
Printing and photocopying at the Library costs 5 cents per page and works with the campus points on your student ID. If you do not have your RIC ID with you, a copy card can be purchased for a $1.00 from the vending machine in the Photocopier, Printing and Microforms Area. Value can be added to your RIC ID using this machine, as well.
Electronic resources, i.e. databases, e-books etc., are licensed to individual HELIN Libraries and, therefore, can only be accessed remotely by cardholders at those institutions but RIC patrons can use the e-resources on site at any of the HELIN libraries.
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For research assistance:
Speak to a librarian at the Reference Desk in the library main lobby.
Call us at 401-456-8125.
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Text us at 401-309-0590
COVID-19 precautions instituted by the College have necessitated curtailing the hours during which we are open to 8:30 - 4:30, MON-FRI. A reference librarian will be available all our open hours.
However, from 9am-9pm, MON-THU and 1pm-5pm SUN, reference librarians will be monitoring our text, email and chat accounts for queries and research support questions from our students and faculty.