Yeats Library Online
It’s business as usual on the internet and don’t forget that all our online resources are available 24/7 to you. We are keeping an eye on the online helpdesk so feel free to ask for help using the online resources by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We can send screenshots or short videos if you get stuck.
We will post updates and help info on this blog while we are off, so check out library.itsligo.ie/news
What is available online?
The library databases are huge searchable websites with full text (the full thing) resources such as journal articles, newspaper articles, ebooks, conference papers, reports, video. See our A-Z list of subscribed databases .
Referencing and Literature Search Help
Library staff have done a lot of one to one and group tutorials on campus and online with individuals, classes and staff since September and that does not have to change. We are available online if you get stuck, just email the helpdesk. We can upload videos with help if needed. Meanwhile we have a fantastic resource in Cite Them Right – It’s a website/online tutorial on referencing that is available to you online all the time.
An institutional repository is an online collection of the academic work of an institute. This can include theses or journal articles or conference papers. IT Sligo’s collection can be found in Research@THEA
we have also collated a list of other Institutional repositories.
Free online resources
If you are using Google Scholar you can link to the Yeats library to get full text. If you are using Pubmed and can’t get full text copy the title into an EOLAS search to see if you have access to full text there.
The publication finder website/tool allows you to browse and search for all our online journals. Just search for the title for example:
- MIT Sloan
- British Journal of Nutrition
- Harvard Business Review
- Health Promotion Practice
- Bioprocess International
This is a big search tool that allows you to search most of the library databases in one go. It is by default limited to full text. All of the ebooks are in here. We prefer it if you use the Advanced search because you have more control, and it’s actually easier to use.
Online Help Resources