Faculty/staff may borrow 12 books for 6 weeks from the Main Lending collection. Books may be renewed if they are not requested by another reader. The library emails staff and faculty in relation to book requests/overdue notices using the college email accounts. The library also holds a small Desk Reserve collection, which may not be removed from the library.
These are requested from the library, may only be used for NCI courses and are generally loaned for the duration of the class. These resources may not be held for extended periods and should be returned to the library once class has finished. If you need to look at the resource in advance, please contact the library to arrange this.
All I.T. logins, passwords and authentication information are available from the college IT department, tel. 01 4468671 or email: email@example.com
Alternatively you can contact the I.T. department via the 360 portal which allows you to log and track support requests: https://nci360.ncirl.ie/
Electronic resources, including journals, databases, eBooks etc. may be accessed via the library webpage at https://www.ncirl.ie/Library . Please note you will need a login/password in order to navigate these materials. Network login/passwords can be requested from the college IT department. In addition we advise faculty to familiarise themselves with the Past Examinations database: http://exampapers.ncirl.ie/ and TRAP: the college institutional repository: http://trap.ncirl.ie/
Generally requests for new books, journal titles, DVD’s or other materials should be made via the Programme Director and before the programme starts. It is essential that the library has prior notice (i.e. 6 weeks at least) of any materials that are required for use by students and faculty. If the library does not have sufficient notice, it may not be able to provide the required resources. If you have any queries/requests regarding this please contact the Librarian (details below). Please note all books, journal resources etc. must be put up on Course Builder http://courses.ncirl.ie/ before they can be ordered by the library; programme directors can assist lecturers with this.
Yes, the library supplies case studies to faculty and students for use in class. The library requires at least 7 days’ notice for the supply of case studies, which have to be purchased. The library sources the case studies from the Case Centre, CIPD Case Study Extra; Emerald; WARC: or the Marketing/Research resource. For additional information please click on NCI Case Study Information @NCI Norma Smurfit Library Case Studies Information or access: http://libguides.ncirl.ie/casestudies/introduction?preview=88eac4ea0f87d70d6ebbff22c84bb94c
The Case Centre: Faculty should register with the Case Centre so that they can search and view sample copies of cases before ordering them for use in the classroom. Faculty can also use these sample case studies for use in their personal research. Cases to be used in class with students must be requested via the library and a ‘clean’ copy of the cases supplied. Cases may be requested/supplied in paper/electronic formats.
CIPD Case Study Extra Faculty may use these cases with NCI classes. Currently this resource is accessed via a login/password; to get these details, please contact the library.
Faculty should contact publishers directly and request inspection copies from them. Publishers do not generally communicate with libraries in relation to inspection copies.
The Library does not photocopy journal articles or chapters of books for use by lecturers in class, however, we will find any item(s) that is requested. Lecturers may, within copyright regulations (see below), scan and put materials on Moodle.
Generally, lecturers may photocopy or scan 1 chapter or 1 journal article from a book or journal issue. A print copy of this or access to an electronic copy via Moodle may be distributed to the class(es) you are teaching. Please note: electronic copies/url links must be taken down at the end of each academic year and all of this information must be recorded and sent to the librarian. For additional information please click on http://libguides.ncirl.ie/copyright
Further details are available from the library
Yes, you may request a subject search from the library
The library has a range of subject guides for NCI courses, these can be located at: http://libguides.ncirl.ie/ . This information is updated on a continuous basis, so faculty should always start their research from here.
The Library produces a ‘how to cite’ reference guide and the College uses the Harvard Referencing Method. Paper and electronic versions of the guide are available. For additional information please use the following guides:
The Library usually checks to see when Courses are running and operates a Library service, when and where possible. The Library does offer evening and Saturday opening outside of term time.
Computers and Photocopiers in the Library are for use by students only. There are photocopiers on the 2nd/3rd/4th floors for staff use. For additional information please click on http://libguides.ncirl.ie/printing/photocopying/scanning/guidelinesforstaff
The Library, NCI, Mayor Street, IFSC, Dublin 1, Tel 01 4498590 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Mary Buckley, Librarian, 01 4498509 or email: email@example.com
Tim Lawless, Deputy Librarian, 01 4498554 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith Brittle, Information Project Officer, 01 4498645 or email: Keith.Brittle@ncirl.ie
Maeve Byrne, Senior Library Assistant, 01 4498509 or email: Maeve.Byrne@ncirl.ie
Peter Fleming, E-Resources and Licencing Co-Ordinator, 01 4498528 or email: Peter.Fleming@ncirl.ie
Caoimhe Ni Mhaicin, Library Assistant, 01 4498590 or email: Caoimhe.NiMhaicin@ncirl.ie
Marian Farrell, Library Assistant, 01 4498590 or email: Marian.Farrell@ncirl.ie
The Library Help Centre delivers classes and offers one-to-one consultations on a number of topics including online resources, referencing and conducting literature reviews. If you would like a class delivered to your students, please contact Keith Brittle. Keith will be contacting you at the beginning of the academic year to provide you with further details on this service. Tel: (01) 4498645 or email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org