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Fanfare for The Plumb Memorial Carillon
By Barbara Sternal, Processing Archivist Every summer, people from around Hartford and beyond gather on the Trinity College quad to listen to the concerts performed on the Plumb Memorial Carillon, located in the tower of the College’s Chapel. The carillon is an instrument ...
Join the LITS Student Advisory Board
Applications for the 2023-2024 Student Advisory Board are now open! If you’d like to be a part of it, please submit yours by Wednesday, September 20. The Library & Information Technology Services (LITS) Student Advisory Board empowers stellar Trinity students to advise us ...
Edward F. Murray papers — Recent Acquisition
By Amy FitzGerald, Processing Archivist Through the help of a rare book dealer, a set of letters written by Edward Francis Murray, a Trinity College (Hartford) Class of 1918 student, to his high school sweetheart and future wife, Miss Mary Margaret “Mae” McGarry ...
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Getting Started with Library & IT
Essential information for new Trinity students about research skills, technical support, and resources to help you succeed.
The Encyclopedia Trinitiana highlights events, places, and people within the long history of the college, provides a platform for exploring Trinity through many different lenses, and serves as a community-built archive for students of the history of Trinity College.
Latine Heritage Month Mini Collection
Join us in celebrating National Latine Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15 by exploring our virtual collection of books and podcasts, as well as a playlist of music curated by La Voz Latina at Trinity College.
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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.