The Digital Scholarship home page provides an overview of Digital Scholarship & Digital Humanities services, activities, and projects at Trinity. Listed below are articles from the Digital Learning & Scholarship blog on using digital tools for a DS/DH project.

  • The Day of Digital Scholarship is a yearly event that highlights the work Trinity students, faculty, and staff have made with digital software or tools. This may take the form of digital art, films, research projects, assignments, podcasts, portfolio sites, or other forms of digital scholarship. We encourage sharing completed works as well as works […]
  • The Incubator is a collection of digital work from students, staff, and faculty at Trinity College, 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 scholarship. Digital scholarship […]
  • Digital Learning & Scholarship offers instruction and resources to encourage faculty, students, and staff to explore digital scholarship. We’ve noticed an increased interest in podcasting, and have produced this resource site to support anyone interested in creating a podcast as part of an assignment, for research, or for fun. This site offers resources on how […]
  • Library & Information Technology Services offers two Story Labs for audio recording and podcast production. Located on level 1 at LITS 122 and LITS 124, each studio is equipped with recording equipment and a computer with a variety of editing software. LITS 122 has a 2-person capacity and LITS 124 has a 1-person capacity. Each lab […]
  • Digital Learning & Scholarship is excited to support audio recording and podcasting kits as part of the creative technologies collections. Each kit offers users the equipment needed to record and edit audio outside of LITS. Below you’ll find descriptions of each kit and links to instructions for set up and use. Both kits are available […]

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