Amy Harrell, Educational Technology Librarian

LITC 166
860-297-2193
amy.harrell@Trincoll.edu

Recent posts by Amy:
  • Summer changes for the Educational Technology site June 2017, Over the next few weeks, we will be making some edits to this site’s content structure and design. Changes will be rolled out gradually, so that by early July we should have a newly refreshed site.  We hope that the new structure will make things even easier to find, but if the information you seek remains ...
  • TOW: Get organized with Evernote April 2017, Evernote is a free productivity tool that allows you to gather all of those scraps of paper, to-do lists, Web clippings, notes, etc. and put them in one, searchable online notebook. Notes can be organized by tags, and are stored on the Web, so they will sync between all your devices. You can easily share your ...
  • Visit the new Center for Educational Technology! February 2017, The CET is complete! Located on the south end of Raether LITC Level 1, the Center for Educational Technology is a newly remodeled space for collaborative and individual study using the latest in technology and applications. The space is open 24/7; and staffed by Student Technology Assistants during both day and evening hours. (Hours available on ...
  • TOW: The circulation desk lends more than just books! September 2016, Forgot your charger? Need to secure a laptop? The circulation desk on Level A of the library has a wide range of gadgets, adapters, headphones and more. Some of the more popular items are Chromebooks, phone chargers, presentation controllers, and headsets. Items can be borrowed on a short-term basis using your Trinity ID. See the full list ...
  • TOW: Never lose a password again! September 2016, We all have a dizzying array of passwords for the Web-based tools we use: Amazon, the bank, your Twitter account, email, your newspaper subscriptions, it’s endless. The passwords we use are the keys to valuable information in our lives, yet too often we fall into bad habits like storing passwords on post-its, or recycling the same ...