Advanced information technology has brought rapid change to virtually every aspect of the life at Trinity. The College and its institutional partners in the Learning Corridor ... take this know-how for granted; each has developed the capacity to create and deliver new, technology-based services to address the needs of its clients. In contrast, local residents, civic organizations, and small businesses enjoy few of the benefits of sophisticated information technology. Thus, Trinity proposed to work with its institutional partners and a variety of non-and for-profit organizations to establish a "smart neighborhood" where access to technology and assistance in putting the technology to work are readily available.

 

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Targeted and Supported
Populations

Neighborhood
Maps

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Working Papers

Smart Neighborhood
Planning Committee

TrInfo.Cafe
Trinity College Neighborhood Technology Center


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