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Earlier this year David Keating, our chaplain here at WIT, compiled a selection of staff book choices into the booklet known as Readers on Reading.

If you’re passing be sure to call in to see our display and to pick up a copy of the booklet which includes lots of ideas for Christmas reading!

Check out our library catalogue OPAC for print and e-book links to a number of these titles.

Library Ireland Week falls next week from Nov 12th -16th.

WIT Library is celebrating with a book display at the library entrance highlighting literacy, the theme of Library Ireland Week this year.

We’ll also be running drop-in training sessions on Wed Nov 14th, Library Ireland Day. Why not come along during the morning to learn all about the library resources and referencing, or in the afternoon to learn about using Endnote ?

09.30-10.00 – Referencing my essay

10.30-11.00 – Finding articles for my essay

11.30-12.00 – Referencing my essay

12.30-13.00 – Finding articles for my essay

15.00-17.00 – Endnote for Referencing

We look forward to celebrating Library Ireland Week with our users!

Details of new additions to the collections of both Luke Wadding Library and College Street Library for the month of October are now available.

Please visit ‘New Acquisitions October’ to browse our library circular highlighting a selection of new stock for both the Luke Wadding and College Street Libraries.

To view this updated list in full, please see Latest Additions & Special Collections, accessible through OPAC, our library catalogue.

If you think that there are any books that would benefit our collections, don’t be shy, get in touch!!  We would be delighted to hear any suggestions.  Mail us with details at libinfo@wit.ie

We hope everyone enjoys the mid-term break! We thought it might be fun to take a look at how our users are using ebrary, sp we have put together the top 25 most read eBooks here in the library. Ebrary is our ebooks database which provides over 80,000 ebook titles, accessible from your computer, on or off-campus. To find out more about our ebooks, visit our website.

The top 10 most read eBooks:

Beginning JavaServer Pages is currently the most read ebook in WIT Libraries.
 

If you have any queries regarding ebrary feel free to call into us in the Library, drop by the information desk or find out when the next tutorial is taking place.

Have a nice mid-term!

Happy Halloween!

Don’t worry – both libraries will be open lots if you need to get some work done next week. See below for full details of our opening times for next week:

Luke Wadding Library

Friday October 26th – 08:30-17:00
Saturday October 27th – Closed
Monday October 29th – Closed

Tues Oct 30th – Thurs Nov 1st – 08:30-21:00
Friday November 2nd – 08:30-17:00

Saturday November 3rd – 08:30-16:30

College Street Library

Friday October 26th – 09:15-17:00
Saturday October 27th – Closed
Monday October 29th – Closed

Tues Oct 30th – Thurs Nov 1st – 09:15-17:00
Friday November 2nd – 09:15-17:00

Saturday November 3rd – 09:15-16:30

Need a hand with referencing? Have referencing questions?

30 mins drop-in workshops on referencing (Harvard & APA Style) will be held in the Library Learning Support Centre –

Monday, 22nd Oct @ 1.00 – 1.30 & 5.15 – 5.45

Tuesday, 23rd Oct @ 3.15 – 3.45

Wednesday, 24th Oct @ 9.30 – 10.00

Details of new additions to the collections of both Luke Wadding Library and College Street Library for the month of September are now available.

Please visit ‘New Acquisitions September to browse our library circular highlighting a selection of new stock for both the Luke Wadding and College Street Libraries.

To view this updated list in full, please see Latest Additions & Special Collections, accessible through OPAC, our library catalogue.

If you think that there are any books that would benefit our collections, don’t be shy, get in touch!!  We would be delighted to hear any suggestions.  Mail us with details at libinfo@wit.ie