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About Our Collections

The Library provides access to all sorts of information resources to support your learning and research.  You can search all of the library's collections through the Library Catalogue, or get more information on each type of information resource and how it might be useful to your studies below.

NUI Galway's Institutional Repository of the publications of our researchers.
The archival and manuscript collections of NUI Galway.
Find out how to identify and locate the books you need.

Understand how to search for and use caselaw.
Learn more about why databases are a good place to start your information seeking.
Information on the Library's audio-visual collection - for study or pleasure.

Find out how the publications of the EU can be of use to you.
Get access to recent exam papers on the ISS website.  Older exam papers are also available.
Find the item you need on the shelves.

Find out how to get access to material the library doesn't own.
The Irish Research e-Library giving you access to world class research resources.
Find out how journal literature can help you and how to locate the journal you need.

Learn how to locate Irish, UK and European legislation.
Discover the wealth of current and historical maps in the Library.
Learn how to access and use the microform collection.

Access our extensive collection of Irish and International newspapers in print and online.
The publications of the Irish Government and State Agencies - a valuable source for many subject areas.
Dictionaries, Encyclopedias and other reference works provide speedy access to factual information and a useful place to start your project.

Use the Library Catalogue to search all of the Library's collections.
Discover the treasures held by your Library.
Find out how to access theses submitted to NUI Galway (both hardcopy and online) and also how to locate details of theses submitted in other Universities.

The Reading List Service will enhance student access to prescribed readings.
Have a suggestion of material for the Library's collections? Please let us know.

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