We know you’re running all day – that’s why we have Course Reserves right at our Circulation Desk for you!
Textbooks, required readings, and even DVDs can be checked out for limited loans, so you can get your work done without leaving the library. Book scanners are available on Level A and Media viewing rooms on Level 1 can be checked out, so you can scan and view what you need for your classes. You’ll be in and out with a lighter load!
You can search through Course Reserves by using the Course Reserves link on the main library page and browsing by professor or course title. Textbooks are listed under course title: LIBR 108-01 Textbook Reserves. If you have any questions, ask online or at the front desk.
The Library’s music CD collection is now located on Level A, in Room A27 near the circulation desk. All material is checked out from the circulation desk. Circulation staff are happy to assist you with any questions.
See what’s new to the Library using the New Arrivals search in our Library catalog! You can search within the past 4 weeks of arrivals, and choose between print, media, reference, online and Watkinson, or look for specific keywords.
Explore our New Arrivals search and keep up-to-date on the latest materials in the Library!
Our DVD collection has moved to the Periodical Room shelves on Level 1 of the Library! To check out DVDs, take your selection down to the Circulation Desk.
The Library hours have changed for the Summer and interim periods. See the Hours page for our open times and holidays. Please note: there will be no after-hours access to the LITC building for the Trinity community from Monday, May 19th through Sunday, August 24th.
Trinity College Librarian Richard S. Ross is featured in a recent article by the Hartford Courant, “Envisioning Witches on Trinity’s Gallows Hill.” Dr. Ross was interviewed on his research of Connecticut’s witch trials.
The full article is accessible here: http://articles.courant.com/2014-04-25/news/hc-trinity-gallows-hills-20140425_1_connecticut-river-witchcraft-witch-trials
Finished your senior thesis? Upload it to the Trinity College Digital Repository and get the most out of your work !
Works in the Trinity College Digital Repository get picked up by Google and other research tools. Other students and faculty will see the great work you’ve done!
Once your work is uploaded, you’ll have a direct link to it, which you can include on resumes, job applications, and social media profiles.
Share the link to your work on graduate school applications, and with academic colleagues.
Archiving of senior projects is a free service provided by Trinity College Library. As the author, you retain copyright of your work, and you may set access restrictions.
To get started go to http://digitalrepository.trincoll.edu/theses/guidelines.html
The Library is offering expanded research help hours for the end of the spring semester.
On two Sundays, 4/27 and 5/4, there will be Research Librarians on call for research help from 1-9 pm.
The Library is running two e-book trials through April, from Harvard University Press and the American Psychological Association.
The Harvard University Press e-books collection offers access to 2014 HUP imprints online: Trial Access until April 28th
PyscBOOKS offers access to the entire collection of e-books from the APA: Trial Access until April 30th
Please explore these resources and send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Trinity College Digital Repository has grown to become a rich and vast archive of materials that tell the history of the college. This spring, the Library is launching a new way to feature these materials in the form of online exhibits. Using the Omeka platform, we have built an inaugural digital exhibit on Trinity College in 1914, titled “100 Years Ago at Trinity.”
Items in the exhibit are taken from the Trinity Tripod, and the Trinity Ivy, and include articles, photographs, advertisements, and other pieces that when grouped together paint a picture of life in the academy in 1914. The exhibit is organized around themes such as student life, the curriculum, the physical plant, and athletics. We hope this new presentation of digital objects will help uncover and bring life to Trinity archive materials.