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Welcome to the Library at Letterfrack

National Centre for Excellence in Furniture Design & Technology

 

 

 

Furniture College Library, Letterfrack Campus, Letterfrack, Co. Galway
Phone: 095 - 41660
Fax: 095 - 41112
Email: Malachy.Higgins@gmit.ie

 

Since the move in 2003 the Library with its increased capacity has proven to be a valuable assess to the development of the Furniture College. The Library is situated above the new student canteen and is divided into two main floors.. The upper level has 662 metres of floor space as a dedicated study area, reference section and an audiovisual viewing area . The main lower library has 1802 metres of working space and is divided into specific areas such as main book collection, journal collection and Internet dedicated terminals. A small area space on the ground floor is also dedicated to the development of the Letterfrack Public Library.

The Library is a place of Study and Research.

In order to provide a quality service library staff need your help and cooperation. The following codes of conduct should be adhered to at all times:

The Lending Collection is the main collection of books and is stored on the ground floor of the library. Search the Library Catalogue for a listing of items available.

The Reference Collection is stored on the mezzanine floor and can only be used in the Library.

 

Galway - Dublin Rd. Dublin Rd.

Galway - Dublin Road

The College's Dublin Rd. library, is situated in the Learning and IT Resource Centre, is an important information and resource base for students and staff of the college.

Galway - CCAM CCAM

Galway - CCAM

CCAM library is an excellent resource centre for students and staff of GMIT, specialising in Art & Design and Film & Television.

Mayo Mayo

Mayo

The Moore library is as old as the campus itself which opened to students in September 1994. It has grown with the campus and now extends over three floors. 

Letterfrack Letterfrack

letterfrack

The Library is situated above the canteen and is divided into two floors. The lower library has 1802 metres of working space and is divided into specific areas; an area on this floor is dedicated to the Letterfrack Public Library.