Extended libary opening hours over the exam period.

This week and next week, DkIT library opening hours are as follows:

Mon - Thur

8.30 am - 10.00 pm

Fri - 8.30 - 5.00 pm

Poetry Launch

Dundalk-based poet Barbara Smith is launching her second poetry collection, The Angel's Share, at 6 pm on May 23rd at the Basement Gallery, Dundalk Town Council - everyone's welcome.

DkIT Launches Library Prize

DkIT Library launched the Library Prize for Information Literacy with a presentation last Tuesday 24th April in the Library Training Room. The prize was launched by DkIT President Denis Cummins and Students' Union President Elect David Branagan.

Book Swap Box at the Library

Book lovers. There is a new book swap box in DkIT library.

Eat a book competition at DkIT Library

DkIT Library are celebrating the 'International Edible Book Festival' with a competition - make your own edible book to be in with the chance to win a €25 HMV Voucher.

Books aren't edible, you say? Prepare to eat your words!

DkIT Library Video Challenge

Calling all DkIT students with an interest in film making! Make a movie for DkIT Library and earn yourself a cool €250!

Pop Up Libraries

Over the next few weeks Libraries will be popping up all over campus! If you have any questions about DkIT Library services and resources but don't have time to get to the Library this is your chance to ask. No need to come to us this time – we're coming to you!

Seen the new Information Skills room yet?

The Library's Semester 2 Information Skills Programme is now available to help students and staff make the most of all the resources and services available to them in 2012 through DkIT Library.

Some healthy reading?

The Library Council of Ireland, the HSE and the Irish College of General Practitioners have compiled a list which features a wide variety of help books relating to a wide variety of adult, children and family issues.

Avoca Room in the Library

In December the Library formally named one of its' Group Study Rooms as the Avoca Room. The title Avoca was suggested as this room is dedicated to the memory of Frances McKenna who worked in the Library of Dundalk Institute of Technology for over 20 years.