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An immersive experience can include a wide range of technologies including 360 images and video, Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR). There is considerable overlap in these definitions so we often use the terms Mixed Reality (MR) or eXtend...
Stanford University Press Ebooks Trial
Through January 31, 2022 the library is offering trial access to Stanford University Press ebooks hosted on the De Gruyter platform. The trial contents can be browsed here and includes books on architecture, arts, economics, cultural studies, geosciences, history, religious studies, law, life ...
Publishing Beyond Print: A Conversation on the Possibilities of Open Access Books
In celebration of Open Access Week, please join the Library for a panel discussion on Open Access (OA) monographs, a publishing model that can help scholarship find a wider audience. While OA journals have been widely adopted by the academic publishing system, OA ...
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Featured Project: Indigenous Heritage Month
A Collection of Books, Art, Podcasts, and Other Resources
Featured Exhibit: A Year in the Pandemic
Snapshots of the ways people in the Library & Information Technology Services division adapted to life and work during COVID-19.
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What we do
Library and Information Technology Services collaborates with the Trinity community to support the curricular, technological, and research needs of the campus. We curate top-tier digital and physical collections representing diverse viewpoints from around the world, teach and inspire others to use educational and research tools, provide flexible spaces that foster focused thinking and joy in learning, and support administrative software to ensure smooth campus operations.
Who we are
Based in the Raether Library & Information Technology Center, our staff is comprised of over 60 library and technology professionals who care deeply about the Trinity community, with expertise in information technology, customer service, collections, educational technology, research, and special collections & archives.