Thursday, September 20, 2012
What is Summon? Summon is a powerful Google-like search engine that allows library researchers to discover material of all sorts through a single search box. It holds listings for journals, books, eBooks, thesis, videos, newspaper articles, government documents, reports, conference papers and more. Summon searches everything currently available in the Classic Library Catalogue, in addition to much of the content of our on-line databases and offers fast access to content such as eJournals or eBooks. From search results, it is one step to the full-text articles or you can see if a book is available. Summon is good starting place when you are uncertain about which discipline-specific library database to use and it can be very helpful when you are beginning research on a subject that is new to you or investigating a multidisciplinary topic. Advantages in using Summon: Through one simple search, it provides instant access to credible and reliable library content – digital and print. Results can be limited to items immediately available in full text online. Search results include citations of many kinds of sources: books, journal and newspaper articles, conference proceedings and more. Search results can be limited by content type, library location, subject terms, publication date, language and more. Searches can include materials that are not part of the library collections, but which can easily be requested through our Inter Library Loan service. Citations in your search results can be viewed in commonly used citation formats, exported to Endnote, emailed and printed. You will find Summon on the library home page http://mislibsrv.lit.ie or at http://lit.summon.serialssolutions.com/ ”Quick Start Guide” on how to search Summon is available at: http://mislibsrv.lit.ie/screens/Summonguide.pdf
Saturday, April 28, 2012
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
LIBRARY OPENING HOURS – EASTER HOLIDAYS 2012
Moylish and Clare Street Libraries
Monday 2nd April – Thursday 5th April 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
CLOSED Good Friday 6th, Monday 9th & Tuesday 10th April
Wednesday 11th – Friday 13th April 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
Normal Hours will resume on Monday 16th April
Thurles and Clonmel Libraries
Monday 2nd-Thursday 5th April 9.00 am - 9.00 pm
CLOSED Good Friday 6th April
CLOSED Monday 9th April
Tuesday 10th – Thursday 12th April 9.00 am - 9.00 pm
Friday 13th April 9.00 am - 4.30 pm (Thurles) / 5.00 pm (Clonmel)
Normal Hours will resume on Monday 16th April
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
CORMAC MORRISON-The Corkman who makes CCS scintillating, LSAD lecturer Cormac shares some inspirational reading secrets
What was your favourite childhood book? My favourite childhood books were the Collier's Children's Encyclopaedia - covered an incredible range of children's poetry and fiction. Broadband access was tricky when I was a kid. What books had the most influence on you in your college days? My favourite book in college was ‘The Dice man’ by Luke Rheinhardt If you were stranded on a desert Island what book would you like to have with you? My desert island book would be ‘365 Tao’ by Deng Ming-Dao.
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Been a bit confused when you’ve searched for Wilson web on our database page recently? Looks different eh? Don’t worry, it has just been incorporated by Ebscohost, another of our databases, so just scroll down and click on Ebscohost database- the one that says “omnifile full text mega edition”.
OmniFile Full Text Mega Edition™ contains a wealth of essential material for learning in a single, easily-searched database, providing invaluable support for research in all core undergraduate subjects and cross-disciplinary work. Contents includes: full text articles from over 2,500 publications (many of them peer-reviewed), dating back to 1994; indexing and abstracts from nearly 3,600 publications; humanities and science subjects; full bibliographic citations to more than 13,000 dissertations or theses; and retrospective coverage as far back as 1982. Subject coverage includes art, agriculture, applied science, business, current events, education, general science, humanities, law, library sciences, social sciences, technology, and many other fields. Invaluable support for research in all core undergraduate subjects and cross-disciplinary work.
Friday, February 17, 2012
Broadcast is the leading title for the broadcast industry. With up-to-the minute industry news, unrivalled analysis and commentary, insider industry information and business critical data. Broadcast provides the insight to keep you at the forefront of the industry.
Building is the UK’s best-read, most established magazine in the construction industry. It was launched in 1843 as The Builder, by Joseph Alysius Hansom architect of Birmingham Town Hall and designer of the Hansom safety cab. Building once counted Prince Albert, Charles Dickens and Florence Nightingale among its readers. Reaching over 125,000 professionals every week, Building provides an unrivalled combination of award winning editorial, news, interviews, analysis and hard industry data and leads the way in journalism for the construction industry. Building is the only magazine covering all levels of the specification chain, reaching an audience of contractors, house builders, architects, clients and surveyors.
Juxtapoz magazine presents a gallery of underground artists who influence much of the graphics, fashion and new art we see today. Juxtapoz features full colour layouts of painters & cartoonists, along with interviews & reviews.
Sight & Sound The international film magazine! Discover the best world cinema. Informed and independent film news and comment, in-depth interviews with leading filmmakers, retrospective articles vividly bringing film history to life, Reviews of every new cinema release
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
BLOW-Fabulous Irish Photography Journal
GRAPHOTISM-International journal on graffetti
FILM IRELAND-The journal for Irish film
ALL THREE OF THE ABOVE MAGAZINES NOW AVAILABLE AND SUBSCRIBED TO BY LSAD...
lets get browsing:)