- My Library Account
The Library provides access to books, electronic resources, archives, special collections, and more to support your learning and research.
The Library is committed to supporting your research needs with expert guidance and resources.
- Academic Skills Service for Students
- Academic Writing Centre
- Assistive Technology Area
- Borrowing Limits, Lost Books & Fines
- Digital Literacy
- Equipment & More
- Group Study Rooms
- Library & IT Service Desk
- MakerSpace for Students
- Past Exam Papers
- Photocopying & Printing
- Shannon College Library
- Study Spaces
- Using Other Libraries
The Library has all the resources and supports you need to be successful in your studies at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Whether you're just starting your studies or working on your final project, we're here to help.
We are here to help lecturers and academic staff deliver quality teaching and support their students' success.
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Library Strategy Committee
The role of the Library Strategy Committee is to ensure that the academic needs of the University are met and that the Library develops and maintains appropriate services, collections and facilities for staff, students and other users in accordance with the University’s strategic plan. The Committee reports to Academic Council which receives the minutes of the Committee.
Terms of Reference
- Advise on Library strategy, planning, policy and resourcing, playing a consultative role in new initiatives
- Engage actively with stakeholders and constituencies on an ongoing basis
- Ensure that Library services, collections and facilities are embedded in the University’s academic mission and overall strategy
- Establish working or advisory groups for specific purposes as required
The Committee takes a strategic role, shaping the development of the Library in accordance with the University’s strategy and the Library’s strategic plan. It is intended that membership is a stimulating and fulfilling experience, with the opportunity to contribute positively and to achieve. Members work closely with the Library, deepening their understanding through briefings and previewing, questioning and advising on new developments to deliver positive outcomes for all. They influence strongly at and beyond meetings, advocating for the Library and championing its role on campus and externally. An outward-looking approach enables the Library to promote the University in the wider world.