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German Bibles and the American War of Independence
When we think of the influential printed documents of the American Revolution, most of us are likely to name only the Declaration of Independence, that most American of documents with its funny combination of stirring rhetoric and lengthy list of grievances. A few ...
Learn new skills this summer!
Trinity’s subscription to LinkedIn Learning offers a great way to learn new skills on your own time, at your own pace. There are now four new curated collections of entry-level short courses in high-demand areas, including: Project Management UX Design Social Media Management ...
WGRAC Archives: Activating Herstory and Community at Trinity College
By Eric Stoykovich, College Archivist and Manuscript Librarian In early 2020, the Women & Gender Resource Action Center (WGRAC) Director, Laura Lockwood, reached out to the Watkinson Library to inquire if the College Archives would be interested in taking in a portion of ...
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Pride Month Mini Collection
Explore this collection of books that spotlight the diversity and resilience within LGBTQ+ communities.
Featured Exhibit: A Year in the Pandemic
Snapshots of the ways people in the Library & Information Technology Services division adapted to life and work during COVID-19.
Institutional Repository, videos, archives, and image collections.
Explore Digital Projects & Exhibits
Special projects using materials from our collections and the campus community.
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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.