Digital Mindfulness Resources

What
does it mean to have a healthy relationship with your phone? How can
you use technology to reduce your stress, not add to it?

Find out in our digital handout on digital mindfulness.
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Campus-wide Newspaper Subscriptions

The library has set up campus-wide subscriptions to ​The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post, which are available to all current faculty, staff, and students. ​The New York Times: After registration, users may log in from anywhere or use the app.  Users who already have an account with a Trinity e-mail don’t […]

Trinidad Carnival Images from Trinity’s Trinidad Global Learning Program!

Nearly 400 photographic slides of Trinidad Carnival dating from about 1998 were produced in association with the Trinity College in Trinidad Global Learning Site.  These have been digitized and published online by our Digital Collections and Services staff and are publicly available to view as the Trinidad Carnival Images collection in our licensed Artstor image […]

A new way we acquire books

by Lorraine Huddy, CTW Librarian for Collaborative Projects The libraries at Trinity College and its CTW partners, Connecticut College and Wesleyan University, are now using Evidence-Based Acquisitions (a.k.a. EBA).  We implemented this model with well-known content providers including JSTOR, Project Muse, and most recently, Oxford University Press. How does EBA work?  The publisher/vendor grants access […]

Wall Street Journal current issues now available

The Library now has a site license for the Wall Street Journal (wsj.com).  All users must create an individual account in order to access the content.  Once they have activated an account, they will have access to WSJ, WSJ+, WSJ newsletters and podcasts.  Users may also download the app for mobile devices. Any questions may […]

SITT: May 16 in the 1823 Room

Information Services’s Spring Institute on Teaching & Technology will be Thursday, May 16, from 9.30 to 2pm in the 1823 Room of the library. Some details: Pastries and coffee will be available from 9am. Lunch will be available at noon. Drop-ins are welcome/encouraged! The exact schedule is still firming up, but you can expect something […]