What support is available for Online Learners?
Online Learners have a wide range of resources and services available to them through the library website. They can
- access e-books available via the Library catalogue or Eolas
- access a range of databases/resources that will enable you to search for articles on your topic
- access a selection of online support material to help you make the most of library services and resources
- avail of the support of your Faculty Liaison Librarian through email, phone call or remote support
Where can I find online support material on how to use library resources?
You will find a subject page for your programme listed here:
We have a range of video tutorials and printable Quick Guides that show how to use the library resources, including how to log into your library account and how to search for articles.
How do I get subject support from my Faculty Liaison Librarian at Yeats Library?
If you need guidance on how to access library resources, including e-books, journals and databases, how to search for relevant literature or how to reference, you can book a 1 to 1 appointment with your Faculty Liaison Librarian. To make an appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org and include the subject you are studying, the type of assistance that you need and some dates and times when you are available. The appointment can take place remotely using MS Teams or over the phone.
Can I borrow a book in print format?
Online learners on the island of Ireland can use our Postal Loan Service to borrow books in print format. For more information on this service, take a look at this webpage and scroll down to the section on Postal Loans.
For more information link to online and flexible learners libguide