Once again, research librarians have been available the three Sundays before finals. The librarian on-call for Sunday, May 5th is Erin Valentino. Students are welcome to contact her from 1-9 pm with their assignment/research questions.
Feeling stressed? Assignments overwhelming? On Monday, 4/29, from 8-10 pm, the Phelan Room on Level A will have snacks, laptops, librarians and research associates* to help you with your work!
Stop by for a quick snack and personal help on your projects, with assistance on:
*Research Associates: fellow students trained in research skills
We have fixed the problems with access to ILLiad Interlibrary Loan via your login from the Library Home Page. This was affecting your ability to make a request and to view your ILLiad account. If you have any further problems, please direct any questions to Alice Angelo or Jeff Liszka. They can be reached at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Congratulations to Rachael Burke ‘14 and Alex Merchen ’14, our Library Student Video Contest Winners!
These creative, fun, and well-produced videos are worth seeing; explore the book-hunting habits of Trinity students with Alex and learn about how the Library can be with you in Spain with Rachael!
See the videos hosted on the Library’s You Tube channel and let us know what you think: bit.ly/11hL3Jx
Want to have a permanent, professional online showcase of your senior work? Upload your senior thesis/project to Trinity’s Digital Repository, where it will be preserved with a stable URL that you can link back to on resumes, portfolios, etc. The repository is also Google-friendly, adding to your visibility, and you can control the level of access (open Web or on campus only).
To submit your thesis/project, go to the Digital Repository, click on the “Submit Research” link (under Author Corner), and follow the instructions.
All Trinity seniors are encouraged to upload their work and join the tradition of high-quality scholarship online.
For questions and comments, contact Amy Harrell, Digital Projects Librarian, email@example.com.
April 9, 2013 at 1:30 pm in the Watkinson
The Watkinson is holding a poetry reading and exhibition opening this Tuesday, April 9, featuring the works and life of Hyam Plutzik, Trinity alumnus, poet and Professor of English at the University of Rochester.
Come explore Plutzik’s life and works with Trinity faculty, students, and Connecticut Poet Laureate Dick Allen in the Watkinson! In addition to readings of Plutzik’s works by Trinity’s award-winning poet Ciaran Berry and Artist-in-Residence Clare Rossini, Trinity students will also read selections from their own works of poetry.
I once looked at poetry as little more than beautiful language. Later it was a way of communicating the nuances of the world. More recently I have begun to look at poetry as the great synthesizer, the humanizer of knowledge –Hyam Plutzik
Looking for a job on-campus this summer? The Library has openings in various departments. Check out the following important information:
The Library does not pay for summer housing.
If you are interested in apply please complete an application and follow the directions on how to submit the application at the bottom of the form. Applications are due by Wednesday April 10, 2013.