Digital scholarship is any scholarly process or product that utilizes digital tools, technologies, research methods, or platforms. It can be individual or collaborative, simple or complex, and may result in physical or digital output.
What we do:
Design digital course assignments, projects, and exhibits
Build web applications, data visualizations, and digital publications
Teach digital tools, methods, and literacies in the classroom and beyond
Manage digital collections and projects
Collaborate with faculty, staff, students, and communities
Share scholarship with a global audience
Do you have an idea for a digital course assignment or research project?
A year-long collaborative program hosted by Connecticut College and Trinity College designed to create opportunities for faculty to learn about digital scholarship through workshops, tours, and other events.
The Incubator is a collection of digital work from students and faculty at Trinity College, and is designed to showcase how our community uses technology in innovative and creative ways. Our goal with The Incubator is to offer examples that can encourage others who might be interested in embarking on their own digital work.
With a public art exhibit not possible in the spring 2020 semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic, seniors in Trinity College’s Studio Arts Program instead made the internet their gallery. The online Senior Thesis Studio Arts Exhibition shines a spotlight on these artists who would have otherwise seen their work displayed in the Crescent Center for Arts and Neuroscience (CCAN) gallery on campus.