How to Cite Materials in the Digital Repository
When citing items in the Repository, a general rule of thumb is to treat The Digital Repository as if it were a library database (like JSTOR, Wilson Omnifile, Proquest, etc) or a general Web site. See examples of bibliographic entries for guidance, below.
PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED JOURNAL ARTICLES
In MLA style, the general format of your bibilographic citation would be as follows:
Author. “Article title.” Journal title volume.issue (year): pages. Trinity College Digital Repository. Web. Day month year.
For example, the article “Melville in the Customhouse Attic” would be:
Hager, Christopher. “Melville in the Customhouse Attic.” American Literature 82.2 (2010): 305-32. "Trinity College Digital Repository. Web. 28 July 2011.
Similarly, an essay from The Trinity Papers would be:
Harvey, Sarah. "General Electric: A Modern Corporate Empire." The Trinity Papers (2011): 5-16. Trinity College Digital Repository. Web. 28 July 2011.
SENIOR PROJECTS AND THESES
The thesis “Aphrodite and Her Influence in Prostitution” would be cited like this in Chicago style:
Kantor, Cydni. “Aphrodite and Her Influence in Prostitution.” Senior Thesis, Trinity College, Hartford, CT, 2011. Trinity College Digital Repository, http://digitalrepository.trincoll.edu/theses/19/ .
For this image, a citation in MLA would look like:
Jaramillo, Jahn. More Than Just Scenery: One With the Cows. 2011. Trinity College Digital Repository. Web. 28 July 2011.