Monday, 11 December 2017

2 Extra Books for Christmas

2 Extra Books for Christmas at Grangegorman Library

From Monday 11th December until closing on Thursday 21st December, students may borrow 2 extra books for the Christmas 2017 period

Friday, 8 December 2017

Grangegorman Library Christmas Opening Hours


The Library will be operating the following hours this Christmas period:

Monday 18th December: 9.30 am - 5.15 pm
Tuesday 19th December: 9.30 am - 5.15 pm
Wednesday 20th December: 9.30 am - 5.15 pm
Thursday 21st December: 9.30 am - 4.30 pm 

Friday 22nd December 2017 - Monday 1st January 2018 CLOSED

Normal term time hours resume on Tuesday 2nd January

Wednesday, 25 October 2017


The Library in Grangegorman will be closed for a spell
during the October Bank Holiday.

We will be closing at 17.15 on Friday 27th October 2017 and
will reopen at 09.30 on Tuesday 31st October 2017.

We will be open as normal for the remainder of reading week,
09.30 - 21.30 Tues, Wed and Thursday and 09.30 -17.15 on Friday.
We will also be open on Saturday 4th November.

Thursday, 4 May 2017

Summer Hours

Grangegorman Library Summer Hours

 Summer hours 2017
 Yes, we are open throughout the Summer

 Monday - Friday (closed Saturdays')

 Summer term begins Monday 22nd of May 2017.

 Remember you can access resources  24/7 here.

 We are here to help, please ask us for support.

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

All ABOARD 2017

Next week from Monday 03rd - Friday 7th of April 2017 there will be National and Regional events designed to build confidence on digital skills for learning. 
These are free events open to Staff and Students. 
This is part of a National initiative running in third level institutions, see All aboard 2017.

D.I.T will host a series of events across 6 sites over the week in collaboration with D.I.T Library Services and D.I.T LTTC and is funded by the National forum for the enhancement of teaching and learning in higher education. 

These events are all about digital life, digital literacy and digital skills- check out D.IT. scheduled events below and book here 

Professor Brian O' Neill , Director of Research at D.I.T leads the Grangegorman event on Tuesday 04th of April 7pm - 8pm titled 'Irish Kids online:What are they doing? Are they safe? 

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

First, there were publications, now there is data!

Datasets are becoming an integral part of the scholarly publication process. This is being promoted by Funders who want to maximise the potential of their investment but also by the European Commission who want to see datasets visible and capable of being shared. The objective is to ensure that no one is re-inventing the wheel and that datasets can find new applications beyond the original vision of the initial researchers. 

Datasets, both internally within DIT and externally, are now as important an output as the publications and are equally capable of being cited.  High quality datasets require a data management plan and more information on that is available here. 

There is now a DATA REPOSITORY on Arrow where datasets can be uploaded in the normal way. It is accepted that not all datasets can be open access and sharable but even when not available, they should be at least findable. Therefore, information about the dataset can be uploaded as long as the dataset owner agrees that they can be contacted about the material. 

This is a pilot programme and your participation would be greatly appreciated. 

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

BEALTAINE FESTIVAL -celebrating creativity as we age

Bealtaine is the national arts festival celebrating creativity as we age. 

Each year, Age & Opportunity invites local authorities, arts centres, libraries, Active Retirement groups, care settings, community groups and clubs, associations from every part of the country to run Bealtaine events that celebrate creativity in older age.

Registration for online listings  

until 31st March 2017. 

Join over 120,000 people all over Ireland, taking part in events involving music, art, dance, cinema, writing, theatre, heritage and more. 

Check it out on

Monday, 13 February 2017

Scopus Training-largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature

Register Now for a free hands on session on how to us Scopus. 

This will be a practical demonstration of how to use the Scopus database.
Learn how to track, analyse and visualise your research. 

This workshop  is on  the 28th of February, in the Library training room, Aungier Street. There will be two sessions, 9.30am-10.45am & 11.00am-12.15pm. 

.These two sessions will be identical in content, so please only book one session.

Places are limited, so please contact, if you are unable to attend.