Cheryl Cape

Cheryl Cape, Instructional Technologist

Cheryl joined the Educational Technology team as an Instructional Technologist in July 2014, and she is the primary contact person for faculty in the sciences. Her academic background is in Earth science, with experience in GIS, teaching and academic technology support. Cheryl is in charge of Trinity’s Bloomberg lab, which is located on Level A as you enter the building from the Gates quad.

Check out her portfolio site for tutorials on mapping and GIS!

Make an appointment with Cheryl

LITC 135

Teaching at Trinity:

COLL-203 – Analyzing and Communicating Financial Data (with Dr. Christopher Hoag), J-Terms 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020

COLL-220 – Research Methods and Information Resources (with Rob Walsh), Spring 2018

Recent posts by Cheryl:
  • Using Microsoft OneDrive for Shared Documents August 2021,
    Microsoft’s Office365 OneDrive for Business application, available through our campus license, is a useful tool for sharing collaborative documents in a classroom or workspace. This can be Word documents for student group notebooks or assignments, PowerPoints for group presentations, or Excel spreadsheets for a department. Documents stored in OneDrive can be accessed and edited many ...
  • WITT 2021 January 2021,
    WITT 2021 Winter Institute on Teaching and Technology Information and resources associated with the WITT sessions are below. This event was provided by Research, Instruction, Technology and the Student Accessibility Resource Center. Equity in Hybrid Instruction, Thursday, January 21, 1-2:30 pm Description: Teaching in a hybrid mode with students that are in-person and remote is a challenge. This session ...
  • Remote Access to Bloomberg Professional – discontinued September 2020,
    Bloomberg has discontinued remote access to the Bloomberg terminals effective June 30, 2022. Students can now only access campus terminals at an installed campus location. If you have any questions about using Bloomberg Professional, contact Cheryl Cape at
  • Quick Start Guide for Zoom Participants September 2020,
    This guide contains basic tips for meeting participants, such as a students. To Join a Zoom Meeting Click on the link in the email invitation, or in your Moodle course. You may then be prompted to download and install the Zoom app or a browser plugin. Follow the instructions, and then select if you would like to ...
  • RIT Design Studio Workshops July 2020,
    All faculty are welcome to attend a series of training workshops in July 2020 by Research, Instruction, Technology staff that are being offered in conjunction with the CTL Design Studio series with Flower Darby. Each workshop is designed to last roughly 30-40 minutes, with time for questions at the end. All of the workshops are ...