Thursday, 12 February 2015

Accessing ITT and ITB Libraries

 Did you know that all DIT students and staff have access to IT Tallaght's and IT Blanchardstown's libraries? All you need to do is bring your DIT ID card.

You can visit the libraries and use the books and print journals while there. While there, you can also use the Eduroam wifi service to connect to Internet and to access DIT's databases and e-journals remotely. (Due to licencing restrictions, you won't be able to access ITT and ITB's databases and e-journals.) Remember, you must have connected your laptop or mobile device to Eduroam at DIT first before you can use it at ITT or ITB. Eduroam is a wireless service available to third-level students and staff from institutions participating in the Eduroam wireless programme. Most Irish third-level institutions, and many internationally, participate in the Eduroam programme.

DIT students and staff can't borrow books from ITT and ITB libraries at the moment, and the other libraries may have to refuse admission at busy times, such as during exams.

ITT and ITB staff and students have reciprocal rights at DIT libraries.