Tuesday, 30 November 2010
The Library has introduced a new, streamlined Reading List Support Service in an effort to improve students' access to high demand material.
Academic staff are asked to please submit details of readings they will be recommending to students in Semester 2 as soon as possible, so that we can ensure we have sufficient copies in stock and at the right loan status.
You don't need to worry about placing orders for these books or deciding loan status - we'll do all that work for you. Just please send us your reading lists and we'll do the rest!
Please submit reading lists with Module Code and expected class size to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, 25 November 2010
Sat Nov 27th- AC201, AC202, AC203, AC204, AC213, AC214 & AC215
Sun Nov 28th– AC201, AC202, AC203, AC204, AC213, AC214 & AC215
Mon Nov 29th– AC203, AC213, IT202
Tues Nov 30th– AC203, IT125, IT125G Theatre
Wed Dec 1st– AC213, AC214, AC215 & AC216
Thurs Dec 2nd– AC216, Larmor Theatre & IT250 Theatre
Fri Dec 3rd – AC213, AC215, Larmor Theatre & Dillion Theatre
Dec 4th – Dec 12th inclusive- AC203, AC204, AC213 & AC214
Dec 4th – Dec 14th inclusive - Kirwan Theatre
Dec 11th – Dec 15th inclusive - AC201 & AC202
Wednesday, 24 November 2010
In order to ensure better circulation of books in demand, the period of time that 1 Day and 3 Day loan books are kept on the holds shelf has been reduced.
1 Day Loan Books- will now be kept on hold for 1 day
3 Day Loan books- will now be kept on hold for 2 days
You will be notified by email when a book has been returned and is on hold for you at the Customer Services De
From Wednesday 24th November an exhibition will be held in the foyer of the James Hardiman Library to celebrate the presentation of the Huston Archive to NUI Galway.
The Archive, a rare collection of director, writer and actor John Huston’s papers and recordings,was launched at a special ceremony in the University on Monday 22 November, in the presence of John’s son, Tony (who was nominated for an Academy Award for his screenplay of The Dead) and daughter, Allegra. The Archive contains extensive material relating to a number of his films and centres on the making of The Dead, as well as draft scripts, recordings, publicity materials, interviews and legal documentation.
The exhibition on display in the Library foyer relates to the recently accessioned Huston Collection, containing images, scripts, artifacts and associated material relating primarily to the life and work of John Huston. The display runs until Christmas and can be viewed during Library opening hours. A descriptive list of the entire collection is available.
Tuesday, 23 November 2010
Friday, 19 November 2010
Due to essential maintenance:
- Self-check machines will not be working
- You can borrow & return at the Customer Services Desk
- Renewals will not be possible
- Holds will not be possible
- Library catalogue will not display holdings
Our apologies for the inconvenience.
Thursday, 18 November 2010
Several Proquest databases will be migrating to this new search platform shortly. This new platform will bring together all the Proquest databases into one consolidated research experience for the user.
These training sessions will focus on:
- British Periodicals
- Historical Newspapers Databases (e.g. Irish Times Archive)
- Proquest Dissertations & Theses
- CSA Social Sciences Databases (e.g. Sociological Abstracts)
If you encounter any severe delays, please notify ARTstor User Services at email@example.com.
Wednesday, 17 November 2010
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If you are a reasearcher at NUI Galway who is interested in making scholarly communication available on Aran please contact:
Tuesday, 9 November 2010
Monday, 8 November 2010
- British Periodicals (Collections I & II)
- Dublin Castle Records 1798-1926
- Illustrated London News Historical Archive, 1842-2003
- State Papers III
- Times Literary Supplement Historical Archive (TLS), 1902-2005
Thursday, 4 November 2010
In this section you will find:
- information on books and journals funds allocated to Schools and Colleges
- a link to the Online Book Order form
- an enquiry form for requesting information skills training for your students
- information on the support available for your research
Monday, 1 November 2010