Library Skills 101 : Using a computer to find DML books and articles, and to manage bibliographies

Using a computer to find DML books and articles, and to manage bibliographies

We are offering a course of instruction in the skills involved in finding what you need at the DML. At the end of the course you will have confidence in your knowledge of how to use the major finding tools in the library.

Saturday opening hours, Semester 2

We will be opening on the following Saturdays in 2nd Semester, from 1:00pm to 5:00pm:

  • 6th September
  • 13th September
  • 11th October
  • 18th October
  • 25th October
  • 1st November
  • 8th November

If you would like to contact library staff outside of opening hours, please call 03 93408888 or email for loans enquiries or for general enquiries.

Library opening hours

The library is open as follows:
Monday: 8:45-6:30
Tuesday: 8:45-7:30
Wednesday: 8:45-6:30
Thursday: 8:45-7:30
Friday: 8:45-5:00

New Database Trial

The library has started a trial of EBSCO’s collection of ebooks on Religion.

There are over 4,000 titles in the collection and many of the most important publishers are represented.

Improved access to DML journals

Some major article indexes that the library provides on its Online Resources page now link seamlessly not only to our full text article databases but the individual journals that we receive in electronic format.

This means that there are many more links to articles in full text in the result lists you obtain in these indexes.

The indexes referred to are those from EBSCO: namely, ATLA Religion Database, Catholic Periodical and Literature Index, New Testament Abstracts and Old Testament Abstracts.


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