Monday, December 5, 2016

From the Archives 1916: Revolution and Recollection

Galway County Council Archives travelling exhibition "From the Archives, 1916: Revolution and Recollection" is currently on display in our Galway campus library.


As part of the 1916 centenary programme of events Galway County Council Archives presents a small selection of material from it holdings, which relate in some way to the events or people involved in the 1916 Easter Rising.

The items depicted in the display are just a sample of the varied and wonderful collections in the Archives.

 Click here for more information.


Season’s Greetings from Emerald

Emerald is giving free access for the whole of December to the two most downloaded articles from 2016 in each of Emerald’s subject collections.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Searching our databases?

Need Help???

Look at the EBSCO user guides which are designed to cover the basics of searching and browsing EBSCO interfaces as well as how to manage your result list using limiters and facets.

https://help.ebsco.com/interfaces/EBSCO_Guides/EBSCO_Interfaces_User_Guide

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Current CCAM library displays

We are getting behind the creative arts theme with three displays at the moment in the library. Pop-in and peruse...
 

Display Cabinet - Eimear Jean McCormack 

Our very own Eimear Jean McCormack who has recently graduated with an MA in Graphic Design. Eimear
Jean has kindly lent the library some of her work for display. The projects are titled An Outsider's Potrait and Colour and Space and the medium is silkscreen, hand bound and inkjet.

Table - Library Ireland Week

Library Ireland Week 2016 -Libraries: Empowering through Online Access.

We've taken the opportunity to highlight some of the online content the library provides - we have a large collection of e-books, e-journals, newspapers and databases.

The CUAL repository is another handy online resource - CUAL makes research by staff and students at the three institutes (GMIT, Letterkenny IT and Sligo IT) available to the academic, business and wider communities in the Connacht-Ulster Region of Ireland - http://cual.openrepository.com/cual



And don't forget ... 

Behind the desk - Graduate Profile 

Katie Moore a visual artist based in the west of Ireland. Katie uses textiles, stitching and installation in
addition to drawing and video to create visual experiences of the world. She is a recent graduate of CCAM with a first class honours in Design in Textile. We have information from her past and current exhibitions, her thesis and a copy of Paper Bloom a permanent documentation of her Jackie Clarke Collection Residency to Commemorate 1916.


Come in a take a look....