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April 4, 1967 Beyond Vietnam
April 4 marks the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s denunciation of the Vietnam war in his speech “Beyond Vietnam.” Delivered at the Riverside Church in New York City, King urged his audience to work toward a revolution in values that would say of ...
Videos for Course Reserves
Due to very heavy demand and limited staff in the Raether Library and Information Technology Center, processing of faculty video requests for course reserves may be delayed by as much as two weeks, and could be longer if we need to purchase a ...
Library & IT survey – Chance to win an iPad Mini
Students: Library and Information Technology Services (LITS) needs your help in fine-tuning our new website (check out our new site at https://www.trincoll.edu/lits/). Your feedback will help us make sure it is user-friendly and easy to navigate for students at Trinity. Providing feedback is ...
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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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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.
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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.