• Trinity Launches Digital Scholarship Exchange

    The Connecticut Digital Scholarship Exchange is a year-long collaborative program hosted by Connecticut College and Trinity College. Designed to create opportunities for faculty to learn about digital scholarship, both institutions will host workshops, tours, and other events to introduce interested faculty to different digital scholarship approaches and discuss core competencies in project management and sustainability. Funding and training for the CT Digital Scholarship Exchange have been provided by the Digital Humanities Research Institute at the City University of New York. The Digital Humanities Research Institute (DHRI) is an intensive, community-oriented, and foundational approach to learning technical skills in service of humanities teaching and learning.  See the full workshop program at the CT Digital Scholarship Exchange website. External faculty to both institutions are welcome. Both institutions hope…

  • Adobe Creative Cloud Suite Temporary Licenses

    UNFORTUNATELY THIS OFFER FROM ADOBE IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE To support you during this time of remote learning, Adobe has made the Creative Cloud Suite available for you to install on your personal computer. This license will last until the end of May July 6. Note: Adobe is providing cloud storage for your projects for the duration of the temporary license. We strongly suggest that you make copies of your projects on a local drive. You will lose access to your projects that are stored in the Adobe Cloud when the license ends. Also note that if you intend to use this, please email you name and Trinity email address…

  • A Student’s Guide to Remote Learning

    Library & Information Technology Services is here to assist you during the remote learning period. This guide lists resources and documentation to help you use the technologies required to participate in online learning. General help The Library & IT Desk is in touch by phone, email, and help tickets. Student Technology Assistants are also available for remote help weekdays from 9:00 – 5:00 EST, and can be contacted at sta-help@trincoll.edu.  Library & Research Help Library research services and many online collections are available remotely. Please see the LITS home page for the most up to date information. You can still make an appointment with a librarian and meet via Zoom. Zoom help Visit our main…

  • Procrastinate no more!

    Need to study for finals or finish a project? Sign up for the Long Night Against Procrastination for four hours of access to a quiet study space and people to help with research papers, digital projects, finals, etc.