About Trinity College Digital Repository
The Digital Repository showcases and provides access to scholarly and creative works by Trinity College community members, and materials from the Watkinson Library & Archives. By grouping these works under one umbrella, researchers from both inside and outside the College may access Trinity’s scholarship through a single portal.
As an institutional repository, Trinity’s Digital Repository is an open, long-term online archive. Students, faculty and staff can be assured that their contributions to the Repository will be preserved and remain available in perpetuity (which is helpful when placing links to work on resumes, websites, etc.). Contributions are also easily located with Google searches, and authors may receive usage statistics for their work.
Materials eligible for deposit in the Repository may include:
- Articles, creative works, or other projects authored by Trinity Faculty (if previously published, please see the FAQ section to determine copyright eligibility)
- Senior and graduate theses
- Serial publications by Trinity departments
- Most formats, including monographs, images, and video collections
As the Repository takes shape, we invite comments and suggestions regarding its content, organization and presentation. Please direct feedback to the Repository administrator, Amy Harrell, at .