We’re here to help you at every stage of your research process, from articulating a topic to putting the finishing touches on your citations. Whether you need documentation and online tutorials or a one-on-one consultation, we’ve got you covered. Trinity Research Librarians are:
Jeff Liszka, Humanities Librarian
Rose Beranis, Wellness Librarian & Experiential Learning Coordinator
Susan Chatham, Research Librarian
Amy Harrell, Head of Collections, Research, & Instruction
Meet with a Librarian
Schedule a one-on-one meeting with a research librarian for help with defining topics, finding sources, discovering and working with data, synthesizing information, citing, and more!
Guides to doing research in different disciplines, as well as guides custom-made for individual courses.
Getting Started with Library & IT
Essential information for new Trinity students, including research skills, time-saving tips, and a glossary of key terms.
See our information guide that helps you create and organize citations, references and bibliographies for your research papers and projects.
The writing center provides help with all kinds of writing, from the first critiques assigned in first-year seminars to senior theses and admissions essays for graduate and professional schools.
Digital Project Help
Do you need to make a storymap, timeline, or podcast? Visit our digital scholarship page for contacts and resources.
Peer Research Center
The Peer Research Center is designed to facilitate peer learning and expand the reach of the Research Education department – think of it as the Writing Center, but for research!