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.
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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.
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The Library supports the practice of research, education and knowledge exchange to enable open collaboration and learning.
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A persistent identifier (PI or PID) is a long-lasting reference to a document, file, web page, or other digital object. It is linked to the current address of the metadata or content. Unlike URLs, persistent identifiers are often provided by services that allow you to update the location of the object so that the identifier consistently points to the right place without breaking. Persistent identifiers are available for people (e.g. ORCIDs), institutions (e.g. ROR), research outputs (e.g. DOI). There are also product identifiers for books (ISBNs) and journals (ISSNs).
Further information is available in the Library Guide on Identifiers and to request a DOI or ISBN please contact Trish Finnan, Digital Publishing and Data Management Librarian.
Digital Publishing and Data Management Librarian
Telephone: 00 353 91 495961
Recently added ARAN open access research output
- Writing water justice in the twenty-first century: Environmental novels, neoliberalism, and water politics
- Application of electrodialysis for nutrient recovery from Anaerobic digestate
- The role of cultural ecosystem services and community-based conservation in the collaborative governance of Irish peatlands
- Impact of historical legacy pesticides on achieving legislative goals in Europe