Trinity has over 4000 books in its library. Helpful online research links are listed below. Click on the section head to expand.
Librarian: Wes Cornett
ipl2 - Formerly called the Internet Public Library, ipl2 was renamed after merging with the Librarians' Internet Index. This site evaluates and aggregates resources from around the internet. In addition, the site offers "Ask an ipl2 Librarian" where anyone can submit research questions that will be handled by librarian volunteers and library school students.
Kansas Library Card - Talk to Mr. Cornett about signing up for a Kansas Library Card. Note: many of the resources previously available only through the Kansas Library Card are now available without login at the "State Library of Kansas - Student Research Center." The card is still required to access the state's e-book collections.
State Library of Kansas - Student Research Central - The State Library of Kansas offers databases freely to all residents of the state. This page gives links to multiple EBSCOHost databases, Encyclopedia Britannica, Mango Language Learning, and multiple E-Book providers (Kansas Library Card required for e-book checkout).
Government & Law
Health & Science
Literature - ipl2 - Collection of literature resources from around the web on ipl2 (see Multi-Subject Research for more information on ipl2).
Poets and poetry - Over 5,000 classical poems
Project Gutenberg - Over 40,000 copyright free ebooks available in multiple popular formats (including epub, kindle, and html).
Questia - World's largest online library of complete books and journals
Shakespeare - ipl2 - Bookshelf of Shakespeare's works with links to full-text and suggested Shakespeare websites.
The Online Books Page - An index of over 1 million free titles from around the web.
Opposing viewpoints - Pro and con sites listed for a variety of social issues. Legislative outlook is included as well.
Compassion Ministry will be hosting a care kit drive to provide necessities for the homeless this winter. To learn more, click here.
Verse of the Week:
“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight. Do not be wise in your own eyes; fear the Lord and shun evil. ”