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Spotlight on New Acquisitions: Two early works by a prominent American woman printer
With the exception of perhaps Gutenberg, the names of printers do not often feature prominently in historical narratives. Even on the title-pages of the books they bring into being, their names—if they appear at all—are generally relegated to the margins. This marginalization may ...
Faculty Jumpstart: Save the dates
On Tuesdays starting August 10th, Research, Instruction, Technology (RIT) will host a series of virtual workshops, culminating with an Open House in the RLITC. Together, these sessions will provide an opportunity to polish your syllabus, fine-tune as...
Returning to campus: strategies to reset and refocus
LinkedIn Learning provides videos and short courses that may ease the employee transition back to campus this August. “Improving Your Focus” offers multiple strategies for shutting out distractions – including those in your mind &#...
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Featured Project: Celebrate the Trinity Class of 1970!
This exhibit brings together documents and images that demonstrate the lives and times of the Trinity College Class of 1970 and virtually celebrates its 50th Reunion.
Featured Project: Fake News
"Disinformation, Deception, and Magical Thinking Over Time" describes 4 examples of disinformation, revealing common themes and modern lessons.
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