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- The Library is expanding its resources for our maker-minded students. Creativity is a wonderful way to express ideas and de-stress, and we want to provide the space, how-to, and supplies for you to make something new! The new library of arts & crafts supplies in the RLITC was inspired by Trinity’s Nest Artists and funded […]
- As part of an ongoing initiative to develop photogrammetry capabilities for teaching and scholarship in collaboration with an alumni request, several LITS staff members [Dave Tatem, Amanda Matava, and Benny Bauer] worked to generate a 3D model of an antique Trinity doorknob using high-resolution photographs, a lightbox, a mechanized turntable, and Nikon camera this past […]
- The Library has site licenses for the Financial Times, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post. Current Trinity faculty, staff, and students may register for an account with FT.com, NYTimes.com or WSJ.com. Access to the Washington Post is via the Trinity network; no account is required. For questions, please contact Jennifer van […]
- Please join us on October 20 for a talk by Hartford advocate Sharon Lewis, Executive Director of the CT Coalition for Environmental and Economic Justice. Sharon will speak about how environmental policy decisions disproportionately harm CT’s BIPOC and poor communities, and how this systemic racism means our already vulnerable populations are unfairly burdened by the […]
- As part of #ColorOurCollections, a national movement started by the New York Academy of Medicine to transform its collections into coloring pages, Library & Information Technology Services will be publishing its annual coloring book in December 2022, which will follow the theme of the upcoming Bicentennial. Trinity College’s own #ColorOurCollections was organized in 2020 as […]