The Library provides access to all sorts of information resources to support your learning and research. You can search all of our collections through the Library Catalogue, or learn more about different types of information resources below.
- Using the Library
Find your way
Find out about what Library services you can avail of, take our 360 degree Library tour and navigate your way around the Library. Each section includes a description of services available and allows you to become familiar with the Library before you visit us.
- We Can Help
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Library staff provide support, help, and training to enable you to get to grips with the literature of your subject and the Library's resources.
- Digital Scholarship
The Library welcomes opportunities to advance our Digital Scholarship. Our areas of contribution include content, technology, infrastructure, partnership and the practice-based expertise in our team.
- Open Scholarship
The Library supports the practice of research, education and knowledge exchange to enable open collaboration and learning.
The Library strives to provide you with excellent and relevant collections to support the teaching, learning and research needs of the University. All our collections are discoverable through the Library Catalogue and by logging in you will be linked seamlessly to online resources and guided to the location of physical resources.
Our Library guide has tips on accessing the Library catalogue and other online Library resources which you may find useful.
Thu, 17 Nov 2022 12:09:00 +0000
In preparation for the upcoming semester we are providing in-person training sessions to assist lecturers in publishing their reading lists. For lecturers new to our service, this is a sample reading list with links to our Library and web resources.In summary, the Library's Reading List Service is a one-stop teaching support service for academic staff. When you use our service we will: prioritise
Fri, 21 Oct 2022 12:00:00 +0000
Access to British Library Newspapers, Part 6: Ireland, 1783-1950 is now available via the library catalogue. This new collection contains 80 titles all published in Ireland in the late eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.Below is a list of some of the key titles contained in this new collection:Connaught Patriot and The Galway AmericanIrish Catholic and Irish Catholic and
Fri, 14 Oct 2022 08:39:00 +0000
Global Sustainability is a key element of the Library Strategy 2021-2025. In support of this theme the Library has subscribed to the ProQuest Sustainability E-book collection. This is a collection of over 7000 e-books curated by experts to bring sustainability titles together. A particular strength of this collection is that the titles are mapped to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the
Fri, 07 Oct 2022 10:49:00 +0000
The Library has acquired full access to the House of Lords Parliamentary Papers, 1800-1910This is an extremely important online collection detailing the workings of the British State and Empire during the nineteenth century and includes a great deal of Irish related content. It supplements and enhances our existing access to the House of Commons Parliamentary Papers 1801-2010. Previously unknown
Fri, 07 Oct 2022 10:48:00 +0000
The Library has acquired access to the 18th-Century Parliamentary Papers Collection 1688-1834. This is a major new primary source of UK official documents for those involved in history and the social sciences.The collection covers the period from the Glorious Revolution in 1688 to the destruction by fire of Westminster in 1834. It illuminates many aspects of eighteenth-century history, from the
Thu, 18 Aug 2022 10:56:00 +0000
The Library's Reading List Service is a one-stop teaching support service for academic staff.We are providing in-person training sessions to assist lecturers in publishing reading lists on the Reading List Service for the new academic year. When you use our service we will: prioritise your reading lists order required books/e-booksrequest chapter and article digitisation provide direct linking