Coates Library Digital Scholarship Showcase

The Coates Library Digital Scholarship Showcase highlights projects that faculty have developed to integrate digital technology into their courses. Faculty collaborated with librarians and library staff to help guide students through the use of library resources and technology tools. To find out more about each digital project, click the “Learn More” button under each project.

Claude and ZerNona Black Exhibit

Students in Prof. Lauren Turek’s  HIST 3468 Public History class worked with the Trinity University Coates Library Claude and ZerNona Black Papers to create an exhibit in Omeka. Students worked with Special Collections to explore the papers and create the exhibit.

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Motion Poetry

Students in Prof. Jenny Browne’s Topics in Creative Writing: Ekphrastic Practice class worked on transforming written poems into motion poems by becoming editors, directors and producers of their own video. 

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TU Athletics Histories

Over the the spring 2016 – 2018 semesters, students in Prof. Dominic Morais’ SPMT 3314 class were challenged to become historians. The students conducted research on a topic related to Trinity University Athletics and transformed their narratives into the engaging online exhibits.

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The Middle English Lament of St. Anselm

The work of transcribing, editing, and coding was undertaken by students in Prof. Andrew Kraebel’s course on Middle English lyric poetry at Trinity University in Fall 2017.

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