Trip works in digital pedagogy across Yale, with primary experience in Humanities courses; manages the Center for Teaching and Learning’s digital pedagogy grant process, the Rosenkranz Grants for Pedagogical Advancement; and supports CoursePress, Yale’s course home for WordPress sites. He has been a co-coordinator of the Digital Humanities Working Group of the Whitney Humanities Center and led the Collaborative Learning Center, a joint project of ITS, Yale University Library, the Center for Language Study, and the Graduate Teaching Center. He was lead organizer of Yale’s first two internal unconferences on IT and has been seen at the front of the room for a hands-on media lab of Yale’s node of the FemTechNet DOCC. Trip is a graduate of Yale College (BA, History, 1993) and a staff alumnus of the Center for Language Study. His interests include a progressive and global Digital Humanities, historical irreproducibilities such as unrecorded sound or other sensory phenomena, as well as challenges of situating Digital Humanities pedagogy in a traditional research institution.