Trunk is available for use by all members of the Tufts community. Trunk is a versatile tool that can serve multiple audiences and purposes ranging from courses and student clubs, to grant-funded research projects, scholarly collaborations, dissertation and tenure review committees, and departmental meetings. On this site, you can learn more about Trunk and how to put it to use for you.
For instructors teaching in Trunk:
If you are using Trunk to teach, you will need to build out your course site in Trunk. Outlined below are the steps you need to take in order to make this happen.
|1. Take this opportunity to clean house. Look at your classes & consider removing, or revising, old or outdated materials.|
|2. Review the options for moving course content to Trunk, and select the option that works best for you. Review options >|
|3. Sign up for a workshop. “Getting Started with Trunk Course Sites,” Advanced workshops, and Open Lab sessions are now being offered on an ongoing basis. Sign up for a workshop>|
|4. Make your course site visible to your students. When you have added content to your course site and customized it to your liking, you MUST “publish” it in order for your students to see it in Trunk. Find out how here|
See our Faculty & TAs page for more info.
Course sites will be visible to you after your instructors publish them. You can create project sites anytime. Learn more about using Trunk on our Students page.
Staff may now sign up for Trunk training workshops. Learn more about using Trunk on our Staff page.