Welcome to the
Trinity College Library

Research Guides

Browse a list of of all our available research guides.

Databases

Browse a list of recommended research databases.

Books

See what books we suggest reading next.

Search

Browse our complete database of books.

Book Club

Our Book Clubs meet fortnightly in the Library during recess.

Everyone welcome!

Year 7: Wednesdays Even Weeks with Ms McDowall

Year 8: Wednesdays Odd Weeks with Ms McDowall

Year 9: Wednesdays Odd Weeks with Ms Mackenzie

Year 10: Thursdays Even Weeks with Ms Mackenzie

Year 11/12: Thursday Odd Weeks with Ms Farhoumand

ClickView

ClickView is our school’s educational video resource.

Used by over 3,400 schools, this Australian platform provides access to thousands of videos and educational resources for all subjects, in a safe and secure environment.

Go to online.clickview.com.au and log in with your school credentials.

For some tips on using ClickView, go here.

If you have questions or need further information, contact the Senior Library staff!

ClickView Movies and TV

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ClickView's great new feature, Movies + TV is now available! This is a dashboard that contains content handpicked for students. Rather than being curated based on student subjects, ClickView Movies + TV houses content to both entertain and engage learners, giving students front-row access to a fantastic selection of TV content and films. 

https://online.clickview.com.au/movies-and-tv

If students or parents are struggling to find information for an assigned task, or if you have any questions or requests, we encourage you to contact the Library team to discuss how we can help you!

library@trinity.wa.edu.au

Myths and Legends

A guide to myths and legends from around the world for Year 7 English.

Industrial Revolution

A guide for Year 9 Humanities students on the Industrial Revolution and the "Great Men" theory.

Reading Lists

Library Guides

Library guides are websites which the Library team create to support the College community.

Each guide is based on a topic or assessment, and acts as a starting point for students’ learning on the topic. Depending on the topic the guide may include text information, links to websites and articles online, videos, maps, diagrams or other visual elements, information to assist with referencing, and links to academic subscription websites where students can access information of a higher quality than that on the public Internet.

We work with the teachers to select the most relevant, age-appropriate and reputable resources so that each guide is tailored specifically for your students’ needs.

You can see our full collection of guides here – check back regularly as we update this page frequently.

https://library.trinity.wa.edu.au/
researchguides

Know if a topic that you’d like a guide on but can’t see one available?

Contact the Library team at library@trinity.wa.edu.au

BorrowBox

Instagram

Did you know that the Trinity Senior Library has it's own Instagram account? 

Make sure you follow us @tc_seniorlibrary  

Library Staff

Alison Mackenzie

Head of Library Services

mackenzie.alison@trinity.wa.edu.au

Emma Farhoumand

Library Technician

farhoumand.emma@trinity.wa.edu.au

Jena McDowall

Library Assistant (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday)

mcdowall.jena@trinity.wa.edu.au

 Library Contact

email: library@trinity.wa.edu.au

phone: 08 9223 8120

Citemaker - Online Referencing Tool

Citemaker is an online referencing tool which will help you create correctly formatted references for your assignments. It offers help with print and online resources as well as many others. If you sign up for an account, you can save lists of references. Otherwise just use it as and when you need it and copy and paste the references you make. jAPA is a slightly less complicated version of the Citemaker to help younger students.

Opening Hours

Monday: 7.45 a.m. - 3.45 p.m.

Tuesday: 7.45 a.m. - 3.45 p.m.

Wednesday: 7.45 a.m. - 3.45 p.m.

Thursday: 7.45 a.m. - 3.45 p.m.

Friday: 7.45 a.m. - 3.00 p.m.


*Closed recess Fridays