Watch the videos below to see examples of our online lectures.
Love learning about variables and coefficients? Join our Mathematics Lecturer Alice Yu to learn about Polynominals.
Literature Lecturer Miriam Nicholls explores Act 5 of the Shakespearean classic Romeo & Juliet.
Drama is one of our students' most loved subjects. Watch a short performance by Drama Lecturer Debra Low and pick up some tips along the way.
Media & Communications – Musicals
Musicals have been around for many years and are one of the most loved cinematic mediums. Media & Communications Lecturer Joanne Boyle delves into the genre and the classic musical Singin' in the Rain.
Media & Communications – Public Relations
Want to know exactly what Public Relations is? Our Media & Communications Lecturer Joanne Boyle provides an introduction to PR.
English for Academic Purpose (EAP)
EAP is part of the core subject of English, one of two compulsory core subjects in the foundation program. Watch Ian Handsley deliver a lecture on ‘CAES for Academic Communication.
What is an essay?
Literature Lecturers Miriam Nicholls and Mark Nixon explains all there is to know about essays.
Introductions & Conclusions
Find introductions and conclusions confusing? Literature Lecturers Mark Nixon and Miriam Nicholls explore these imporant aspects of an essay.
Connotation and denotation are important parts of figurative and literal language. Literature Lecturers Mark Nixon and Miriam Nicholls explore these concepts.
Media & Communications – Storytelling and New Media
In this lecture we explore storytelling and the new media, particularly the 24 hour news cycle.
Chemistry - Safe handling of chemicals demonstration
An important part of the Trinity's chemistry practical program in the safe handling of chemicals. Our Chemistry Lecturer Brendan Holland shows you the process.
Chemistry - Laboratory example
Join Chemistry Lecturer Brendan Holland as he takes you through one of our semester 1 labratory classes - Synthesis of a transition metal complex laboratory.