Monday 11 December 2017

EXAM PAPERS


If you are trying to access exam papers off campus, remember, you will need a username and password. Ask at the library desk for the username and password or email the library at cbs.library@dit.ie

Thursday 7 December 2017

USING eJOURNALS


  •       There are different ways to search for journals on the catalogue, one of which is explained in the post ‘Using Journals’.
    ·         Remember to look out for the internet resource symbol, this will bring you to the eJournals or online journals (see image above). Not all journals are online.

  •        After you have clicked on the title you are looking for, you will see a link under ‘Connect to’ (see image above). Click on the link and you will be brought to the online journal.
  •     By accessing the journal through the library catalogue you will automatically be signed in, which will allow you to read the articles.


  •        The online journal will have different layouts to their home pages but look out for the word ‘Browse’ or ‘All issues’, or look out for the search box (see red arrows on image above).
    ·         With the search box you can search by subject (keyword), author, or title of article and you will be brought to a list of articles that should be relevant to your research needs.
    ·         If you know the year and issue of the article, use the search ‘All issues’ link. This will bring you to a list of articles published in this issue, scroll through the titles to find what you are looking for. 

  •          Remember, some publications put a one-year embargo on journals. This means you will not be able to access a journal from the last year. If you have, any queries email cbs.library@dit.ie or ask at the desk.

Tuesday 21 November 2017


Public Gastronomy Lecture:
Is it time for a new flavour paradigm?


DIT School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology are delighted to announce a free Public Lecture by  Professor Peter Klosse of the Hotel Management School Maastricht in the KOS Lecture Theatre, DIT Cathal Brugha Street on Wednesday Nov 22nd 2017 at 18.15 followed by a cheese and wine reception in the Green Room Restaurant.
This is a Free Public Lecture and is open to students, graduates and the general public.
All Welcome!

Cathal Brugha Street Saturday Opening Hours..


SATURDAY LIBRARY OPENING DATES FOR CATHAL BRUGHA STREET
OPENING HOURS 10.00AM - 5.00PM



NOVEMBER 18TH

DECEMBER 2ND & DECEMBER 9TH 

JANUARY 6TH AND JANUARY 13TH

* PLEASE NOTE WE ARE NOT OPEN  SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25TH *






Monday 13 November 2017

USING JOURNALS

Finding a print journal

·         First students should go to the DIT library catalogue. Then, go to the drop down box and click on Journal Title (see image below).

·         Type in the title of the journal and click submit. You will be brought to a page with a list of journals that have the same name (see image below). When you see a global symbol (see arrows) under the journal title this means that it is available online.


·        Click on the first title and the location of the journal will be given (see image below). Make sure the journal is in Cathal Brugha library and then check the call #. If this is not the journal you are searching for click on next record.


·         Remember to look for the library has section (underlined in green above) this lets students and staff know how far back the print journals go. In the library we keep, at most, three years of a journal and later issues are kept in the Grangegorman store. If you require a journal from an earlier year, and it is available in store, you can request this journal at the library desk.
 

·        Print journals are kept in the back of the library, through the double doors on the right.


·        Newer editions are to the right and the back left of the journal room. Under the flap of the shelf you will find later editions from this year (see image above). Back issues from 2014-2016 are kept in boxes on the left-hand shelf.





Tuesday 31 October 2017

FIREWORKS




Looks like an exciting night out. Fireworks outside Cathal Brugha Library





Friday 27 October 2017

LIBRARY FINDS



Murder most delectable’ is an anthology of short crime stories whose common elements include food, restaurants, and food preparation.