Off-campus & Remote supports
View the video below to get a full overview all the Library's online, remote services, and how between them they can support you in accessing library services and resources off-campus.
Below is an overview our online services. Please do keep in touch and make full use of all our services that we continue to offer.
If you are in a position to travel to the campus libraries, you can avail of the Click & Collect service, as the physical libraries are not open as yet. Browse the online library catalouge, and email your request to the relevant email below. Remember to include your student number.
You will be contacted when they are ready to pick up.
Due dates for all current loans were extended before the start of Semester One. No fines were accrued.
All returned books will be quarantined for 72 hours and then discharged from borrowers' accounts. During this quarantine period, no fines will accrue.
We have access to many full-text eBooks online to support you in your studies and are adding to these all the time. All eBooks are accessible through the library catalogue.
View the video demo below for instructions on how to limit your search there to eBooks.
Video Demo: How to search for eBooks through the library catalogue (3:32)
The Library has launched a scan on request service for registered staff and students to enable requests for scanned copies of print book chapters and journal articles held in the library.
Scan on demand is designed to support those who cannot physically make it to the campus libraries and who may require content from materials not within the scope of the Click & Collect service. This means it is primarily intended for reference materials for those students who are not in a position to physically visit the library.
The scan on demand service is free of charge.
We are still here to support you in your studies, and encourage you to arrange a time to meet with us to answer any questions or queries you may have. We continue to offer all our library workshops and one to one meetings through Zoom. Email the Dublin campus library or drop into our Ask a Librarian Zoom Sessions Monday to Friday 1pm to 2pm. This link may be accessed via our Library Moodle pages.
All Griffith College students have access to the full Office 365 suite through their college email. One Drive is part of this package, it provides online storage and is a very convenient way to back up your work as you go. It can greatly help with your time management, and save you time when retracing your steps for previous versions of notes or assignments. Below is a link to a short video outlining how you can install Office 365, and use it to manage working on, and saving your work as you go.
Video Tutorial: Installing and using Office 365