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Moodle is the course management software (LMS) used at Trinity College. Faculty use Moodle to share resources (syllabi, PDFs, media, links, and more) with students; for quizzes, discussion forums, and other assignments; and as a place to receive student assignments.

 

 

Tip of the Week Follow our Tip of the Week series to learn quick, useful hints that will make you a more efficient and savvy educator.

 

 

3D printers are available for use free of charge to Trinity students and faculty in room 115, across from the CET. To get started, contact the Student Technology Assistants. Email them at sta-help@trincoll.edu, call at 860-297-2589, or make an appointment online.

 

Lynda.com is a massive collection of video tutorials that allow students, faculty and staff to learn specific software (e.g. Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint), programming concepts and skills (e.g. WordPress, HTML, CSS and Javascript) and design principles (like typography, color theory and typography). Visit this page for more information.

 

SensusAccess is a tool that converts documents into a range of alternative formats including digital Braille, MP3, DAISY and e-books. It can also be used to convert otherwise inaccessible documents such as image-only PDF files or scanned images into more accessible formats.

 

Financial Research and Technology Center The Trinity FRTC is located in the 24-hour zone of the library, near the main entrance in room A02. The center hosts 11 Bloomberg Professional workstations, the industry leader in providing real-time and historical data for business and finance news, analytical tools and research.

 

The Classroom Directory provides snapshots and feature summaries of all of the classroom buildings on campus to make your course planning easier.