The Library maintains two photocopiers, both on the first floor. The charge is 5 cents per page for the cash machine. Students may use the photocopier pass key only when directed by faculty or staff.
Students logged onto the Trinity network from anywhere in the Library Academic Building may print to a printer located in the library. The network printer is located near the door to the first floor Computer Lab.
Trinity Library is a lending and borrowing member of OCLC, an international network of libraries. A person with Trinity Library borrowing privileges may borrow a title from another library (a book or a journal article), through interlibrary loan so long as Trinity Library does not own the title. The lending rules, such as borrowing time and renewal rights, are determined by the lending library.
To order an interlibrary loan, first check the online catalog to verify that Trinity does not own the item. Then fill out the online Interlibrary Loan Form or the paper form available at the circulation desk.
The library offers informal classes throughout the year. Dates will be posted on the web and on notices near the library entrance.
- BibleWorks Training Workshop: Beginners and Advanced sessions offered intermittently.
- Ad Fontes Digital Library Workshop: Offered in the Spring term. Learn what it takes to research using the Ad Fontes Classical Protestant Texts Digital Library.
- Designing a church website: Learn what it takes to put together a web page. Designed for those with some computer experience but no HTML experience. Offered intermittently.
- Basic Theological Research: Learn what it takes to find information in a seminary library. Topics covered include the general research process, understanding the subject headings, LC Classification, and using the online catalog. Dates vary throughout the year.
- Online Database Research--ATLA, ATLAS, and Religion and Philosophy Collection: Learn what it takes to conduct research with the online full-text databases. Dates vary throughout the year.
Please see library staff about these classes. As with any library or bibliographic instruction, one-on-one individual training is available at all times throughout the year.
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