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Latest News

Gale Databases: Gaeilge language interface option now available

Fri, 29 Jan 2021 17:55:00 +0000
Gaeilge has been introduced as a language interface option within some of Gale's database platforms, including Gale Primary Sources.Enabling this feature is very simple: once you log into a Gale database from the library website, e.g. Archives Unbound the interface language can be changed by clicking on the language drop down menu choices in the upper righthand corner and selecting Gaeilge. Once

Victorian Britain and Ireland - Find out more!

Tue, 26 Jan 2021 13:01:00 +0000
 22 January 2021 marked the 120th anniversary of the death of Queen Victoria. The Library has many resources which our readers can use to find out more about life in the Victorian era in Ireland, Britain and around the world. The broad-ranging Cambridge Companion to Victorian culture could be a good starting point. It is available online through the library catalogue. Some details of the lives

IReL Journal Backfile Purchases: Sage, American Medical Association and Wiley

Fri, 27 Nov 2020 11:52:00 +0000
IReL has recently purchased journal backfile collections from Sage, American Medical Association and Wiley on a perpetual access basis.The Sage, American Medical Association and Wiley collections were chosen based on usage denials data: evidence that many IReL users had been attempting to read these articles but didn’t have access. Access to the titles in these three journal backfile collections

Elsevier e-Book Collection: Trial access extended

Wed, 18 Nov 2020 10:35:00 +0000
Trial access to all Elsevier e-Books (29,989 titles) has been extended until 12th January 2021. A complete title list is available here.NOTE: Fulltext access is only available via the library catalogue. Please log in to and search for the Elsevier e-book you wish to access. We very much welcome feedback from staff and students on this trial of Elsevier e-Books. A

Academic Staff - Help us ensure that your Reading List Resources are available for Semester II

Wed, 11 Nov 2020 11:59:00 +0000
The Library requests that academic staff submit module reading lists via the Reading List Service for next semester by Friday December 4th.This will give us sufficient time to:review the reading listpurchase available e-bookspurchase print copies of new booksprocess the digitisation of requested chapters/articlescheck e-linksAll reading lists must be created and published using the Reading List

Sage Catalyst - Premium Sage E-books Now Available

Fri, 16 Oct 2020 09:28:00 +0000
   In order to expand access to core resources, the Library has taken out a one year subscription to Sage Catalyst, a major collection of Sage UK e-books. Sage Catalyst is a collection of 500 premium textbooks that covers a broad range of subject areas including:Business & ManagementGeographyResearch Methods, Social Work & Sociology Media & CommunicationPsychology & CounsellingPoliticsNursing,