Answered By: Lucy Kelleher
Last Updated: Feb 02, 2021     Views: 18

As of the start of 2021, the print collection from the Galvin Medical Library will be made available in the St Teresa's Library. This change means that the collection will be available for an additional 35 hours per week. 

The collection, which can be found on the ground floor of St Teresa's Library, will now be known as the "Health Collection" and includes books, reference items and DVD's pertaining to health sciences, medicine, nursing, midwifery and physiotherapy. If you need help finding a book or subject area that you're looking for, please ask staff at the front desk who are always happy to help. 

The Galvin Library will continue to be accessible to all students as a study space, and still contains desktop computers and printers as well as powered desks and freely available study rooms. You can access the space whenever the building (ND35) is open to students.

If you have any questions about this change, or would like to access library support - please chat with us online or visit any of our other campus libraries.