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Spotlight on New Acquisitions: Conrad Gessner’s Vogelbuch (“Bird-Book”) of 1582
As historian Ann Blair notes in her 2016 Bennett Lecture before the Renaissance Society of America, although Conrad Gessner (1516-1565) was both prolific and varied in his publishing interests, he is perhaps best known today as the author of natural histories, particularly his ...
Technology Letter to the Class of 2021 (important information about your account)
Dear Class of 2021, Congratulations, you’ve made it to the final stretch of your senior year! As the academic year nears an end, there are a few things that you should be aware of concerning the services that are provided to you by ...
Seniors: Upload your thesis or capstone project to the Digital Repository
Preserve and share your hard work! Upload your thesis or senior project The Digital Repository is Trinity’s online archive and can accept theses, multimedia projects, images, posters, and more. Share with others Your thesis or project will be discovered by Google and other research tools, ...
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Featured Project: Snapshots in Time
Tess Meagher '20 and Cheryl Cape, Instructional Technologist, built a story map showing the evolution of the Trinity campus from 1934 to 1986.
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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