On this page you will find helpful resources and supports available at Trinity College Dublin.
Your Project Team Contacts
David Hamill is an EDTL Project Representative at Trinity College Dublin
Whilst we endeavour to ensure the information on this page is accurate and up to date, please visit the Trinity College Dublin website for the latest updates.
2021/2022 Start dates:
13th of September for continuing students
27th of September for 1st year students
1. IT Services – Getting Started
IT Services is the hub for all your tech needs. From here you can find out how to connect to the TCD WIFI, how to install Microsoft 365 and other software, tips for using Blackboard and much more!
2. ‘Learning to Learn Online’ Blackboard Module
Trinity has created its own Blackboard module with hints, tips and resources for learning online, available to all students. Follow this link to learn how to enrol in the module.
4. TCD Library – Stella Search
If you need a book/journal/article from the Library, Stella Search is where you go to find it. From here you can access online resources or learn where in the Library the physical book you need is. You can also renew borrowed books and check your Library account.
Head to the Library Guides & Tutorials if you ever need assistance on how the Library works. In the Library you can also book Group Study Rooms & loan out a laptop.
5. TCD Print
If you ever need to print or scan anything while on campus, use the TCD Print site. If you are new to the system, check out this TCD Print Guide. Check your TCD email for your TCD Print PIN Code.
6. Academic Registry & MyTCD
If you need information on registration, fees or applications, head to the Academic Registry page. To view your timetable, Exam Results, or financial details, MyTCD has all of this information.
7. TCDSU & Social Media Pages
The TCDSU are always there to help students if they have any questions, queries or concerns about anything to do with Trinity. You can find their homepage here. As well as their website be sure to follow them on Instagram and Twitter for info on student life, upcoming events, news and student deals!
This Gateway aims to enable the development of a shared understanding of digital assessment between staff and students using a students-as-partners approach. Students can get an introduction to digital assessment, student perspectives on digital assessment and the different types of digital assessment you will encounter in college.
Here you will find information on a variety of supports for students with disabilities, including exam and assessment accommodations, assistive online technologies such as Blackboard Ally and mental health and wellbeing supports.
The Trinity Careers Service offer a variety of supports for students including CV help, practice interviews and mentoring opportunities. Using the MyCareer page students can also search and apply for internships and job opportunities or book an appointment with the Careers Team to discuss potential career options.