Trinity College faculty and students are rich producers of academic and creative publications, and much of this work is openly available online from our Digital Repository. The goal of the Repository is to capture, preserve, and provide access to “all things Trinity.”
The Faculty Scholarship section includes articles published in journals and magazines. Since publisher policies vary, some of the articles are provided in their manuscript version, rather than the final published edition. A resource called Sherpa/Romeo tracks nearly every major publisher policy so that libraries and authors can obtain guidance on the legal use of previously-published articles. Trinity faculty who deposit their work in the Repository receive readership statistics and increased visibility of their work.
The Repository also collects senior theses. Graduating seniors may opt to archive their thesis or final project in the Repository and choose whether to allow unrestricted or campus-only access. The Repository also provides a permanent URL to use on resumes or job applications.
To submit material to the Repository, please get in touch with Amy Harrell, Digital Projects Librarian.