Trinity’s Instructional Technologists are available to consult with you on incorporating tools and services into your classes and research projects. Some topics we are able to discuss are:

– Integrating technology into course curriculum to foster collaboration and reflective learning activities
– Developing digital content, including video/audio lectures, interactive quizzes and online lessons
– Using classroom technology, such as clickers, desktop/screen sharing, dual-projection and document cameras
– Formulating and planning student audio, video and other digital media assignments and projects
– Creating virtual learning environments and extending the classroom to online workspaces

Personnel

Jason Jones, Director of Educational Technology
Cheryl Cape, Sue Denning, David Tatem, Instructional Technologists (see academic specialties below) 
John Dlugosz, Learning Space Manager and Media Technology Specialist
Amy Harrell, Educational Technology Librarian

Cheryl Cape (x2109) Sue Denning (x4036)​ Dave Tatem (x2124)
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Science
Engineering
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Mathematics
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Music
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American Studies
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English
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History
Jewish Studies
Language & Culture Studies
Philosophy
Religion
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Anthropology
Economics
Educational Studies
Human Rights
International Studies
Political Science
Psychology
Public Policy & Law
Sociology
Urban Studies