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Antique Trinity Doorknob in 3D
As part of an ongoing initiative to develop photogrammetry capabilities for teaching and scholarship in collaboration with an alumni request, several LITS staff members [Dave Tatem, Amanda Matava, and Benny Bauer] worked to generate a 3D model of an antique Trinity doorknob using ...
Newspapers at Trinity
The Library has site licenses for the Financial Times, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post. Current Trinity faculty, staff, and students may register for an account with FT.com, NYTimes.com or WSJ.com. Access to the Washington Post is via the ...
Environmental Justice in Connecticut
Please join us on October 20 for a talk by Hartford advocate Sharon Lewis, Executive Director of the CT Coalition for Environmental and Economic Justice. Sharon will speak about how environmental policy decisions disproportionately harm CT’s BIPOC and poor communities, and how this ...
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Antiracism reading for Black History Month
Join us in celebrating Black History Month by exploring this anti-racism reading list.
Climate Change Reading & Action Guide
There is no single fix to climate change, but with the cooperation of governments, individuals, and non-profits, we can make meaningful progress. Read about climate change, environmental justice, and how you can be part of the solution.
Institutional Repository, videos, archives, and image collections.
Explore Digital Projects & Exhibits
Special projects using materials from our collections and the campus community.
What we do
Library and Information Technology Services collaborates with the Trinity community to support the curricular, technological, and research needs of the campus. We curate top-tier digital and physical collections representing diverse viewpoints from around the world, teach and inspire others to use educational and research tools, provide flexible spaces that foster focused thinking and joy in learning, and support administrative software to ensure smooth campus operations.
Who we are
Based in the Raether Library & Information Technology Center, our staff is comprised of over 60 library and technology professionals who care deeply about the Trinity community, with expertise in information technology, customer service, collections, educational technology, research, and special collections & archives.