David Tatem, Instructional Technologist

Dave has been in Educational Technology at Trinity since 1999. He is the primary contact person for faculty members in the Social Sciences. He is the point person for 3D printing, Virtual Reality systems, and the drone program as well being the support contact for statistical software such as SPSS and STATA and also supports the use of GIS. 

Make an appointment with Dave.

LITC 110
860-297-2124
David.Tatem@Trincoll.edu

Recent posts by Dave:
  • Jumpstart 2019 August 2019, Download Presentations from Jump Start 2019: Digital Participation Before & During ClassWhat Is Digital Scholarship? Lunchtime Talk: Accessibility for all Making as an assignmentWebsites and More with “A Domain of One’s Own” Interested in applying for a grant to experiment with teaching wirelessly or using Hypothes.is for annotations? More info here. On Tuesday, August 27, Information Services ...
  • 3D Printing and Design Competition Results May 2019, We ended up with a total of 13 projects submitted by 25 students. All students who participated were given $5 in Bantam Bucks. After much deliberation the panel of judges have awarded the following prizes: 1st place, $250: Oscar Dial for his King Chess Piece Pepper Shaker2nd place, $125: Joseph Orosco for his Inspirational Butterfly3rd ...
  • Vote for the People’s Choice Award for the 3d Printing Competition April 2019, Read through the following submissions then vote for your favorite. VOTE HERE! The winner will receive $50! Chess King ButterflyChess King Pepper ShakerPhone Headphone HolderDoorstopperCrystalsBathroom Phone HolderBed Frame TrayNickel Arsenide ModelRock Salt ModelKeychainWurtzite Structure Model
  • Wurtzite Structure April 2019, This project was submitted for the Spring 2019 3D Printing and Design Competition. Participants were asked to respond to the following prompt: “We want to know how you created your project, what inspired you, what you learned along the way, and where it might lead you. In short we want you to tell us the ...
  • Keychain April 2019, This project was submitted for the Spring 2019 3D Printing and Design Competition. Participants were asked to respond to the following prompt: “We want to know how you created your project, what inspired you, what you learned along the way, and where it might lead you. In short we want you to tell us the ...