Hi. I'm working through some review questions in prep for the mid-term. This one has me scratching my head a little bit:

$\displaystyle \int{\frac{1}{1-sin(t)}}\,dt$

I would appreciate any hints. I'm not sure how to apply here the normal approach of using identies and substitution. I played around with a few techniques like adding one, and IBP, but this didn't seem to help.