Library & Information Technology Services (LITS) invites you to preview a new website design. We are releasing this “beta” version of the new site to the campus community to gather feedback before we launch it officially in mid-December 2020.
The new site offers the following benefits:
- A streamlined, unified portal to all of the services and resources offered by the Library, Information Technology, and Watkinson Library & Archives.
- A design that is ADA accessible and responsive to various devices, hosted on a more secure platform.
- More technical flexibility and function, provided by the college’s web content management system WordPress.
Note that there are no longer separate pages for the library and IT. Most content that existed on the current website has been moved and merged into the new site.
Please use our feedback form to submit comments and suggestions on the new website. We need your help reviewing and fine-tuning the new site before it goes live. We appreciate any input you’d like to give.
Still image taken from a video testimony.
The library is proud to announce that the Trinity now has access to the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies. Painstakingly recorded and transcribed over thirty years, the archive presents over 4400 first-person narratives from those who witnessed Nazi persecutions as survivors, observers, or liberators.
Hartford Collection, part of the Trinity Collection on JSTOR.
JSTOR has embarked on an ambitious project to link digitized academic collections to their journal and book searches. As part of this project Trinity has added more than 14,000 images to JSTOR’s Trinity Collection, with more texts to follow soon. Collections include
Books of Hours: 100 images of Renaissance manuscripts.
Hartford Collection: 1500 images of people and places in Hartford.
Trinidad Carnival: 400 images from Trinity in Trinidad Global Learning Site, c. 1998.
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 need to register again. Faculty & staff must re-register every year. Please check the Library A-Z entry for more details. Sign up online.
- The Wall Street Journal: Individuals must create a personal account while on the network. Once an account is set up, access is via login/password from anywhere, including the mobile WSJ app. Content from the last four years is available on a rolling basis. Sign up online.
- Washington Post: No registration required.