L2L is delighted to invite you to a lecture by Professor Sheila Corrall from the University of Pittsburgh on Reflective Practice.
From 2nd May to 9th May, there will be a fines amnesty on any overdue items returned to the Library.
View DkIT Library's opening hours during Study Week and Exams by clicking the link below.
To download a reminder of our opening hours over Easter, just click the link below.
MultiSearch, DkIT Library’s search engine, has a new look and feel. You run searches in the same way as before, using the limiters on the left hand side to narrow your search.
It's really busy in the Library at the moment and we are asking everyone to remember that "Sharing is Caring!" with approximately 1 pc/laptop for every 45 students and 1 seat for every 10 students. So free up your pcs/seats when you can and share!
Need help finding material to support your arguments? Want to know how to access journal articles? What’s the best way to keep records of your reading, create good bibliographies, and use the DkIT style of Harvard Referencing?
DkIT Library's print book collection is expanding!
We have received donations of hundreds of books to complement our main collection. The new (well, new to us!) books are in the areas of social care, drama, alternative therapies, literature, languages and mythology.
Through the 1 Card 6 Libraries initiative established in 2014, DkIT students and staff can avail of all public library services in Louth using their DkIT ID card.
Join us in DkIT Library for a fun-filled Christmas Craft Workshop.
We will be making lots of fun Christmas crafts out of recycled materials including miniature book decorations, Christmas cards and paper Christmas trees.
All the information you need: when is the Library open? How long are loans over Christmas?
Happy Christmas and New Year!
“Art and Architecture of Ireland is an authoritative account of Ireland's artistic and architectural heritage from the early Middle Ages to the end of the 20th century. This five-volume set combines historical documentation, lively essays from more than 250 experts, and colour illustrations.”
How do you use DkIT Library as a space?
We'd like to find out how you use DkIT Library and what you would like to see in it. Please complete this quick survey to let us know:
The Information Literacy Prize-giving 2016 will take place on 20th September at 1 pm in the Board Room.
To celebrate this year’s Culture Night DkIT Library is hosting an evening of music /spoken word / performance from 4pm to 6pm on Friday September 16th. Discover DkIT and explore local culture at the same time.
From Monday 20th June until 5th August, the DkIT Library will open Monday to Thursday, 10 am to 5 pm, and from 10 am to 4 pm on Friday. From 8th August until early September, the Library will open Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.
Exams run from 5th January until 18th January and the Library wishes you all good luck. In order to help everyone study well we are putting the following measures in place.
The Training Room will be open for individual silent study when not booked for classes, from 9 am until 5 pm. The extra computers go some way towards addressing the demand for computers in the Library.
The Reading Group based in DkIT Library is an open forum for discussion of current and classic literature. All are welcome. It meets every Monday at 1pm for an hour and is an ideal way to catch up on your reading while relaxing in a friendly environment.
DkIT Library Film Club returns with a screening of The Imposter at 2.00pm on Wednesday 28th January.
The Reading Group is seeking readers for this academic year. To try and accommodate anyone who might be interested, we have designed a short survey around proposed reading material and the best time to meet.