GMIT Libraries

GMIT Libraries provide an essential service to GMIT students, staff and researchers

Leagan Gaeilge

GMIT has four libraries in different campus locations - the Galway Campus, Centre for Creative Arts and Media (CCAM), Mayo Campus, and Letterfrack Campus.
 
Our resources include:

  • 130,000 books
  • 80,000 e-books
  • 500 print journals
  • Access to over 30,000 online journal articles
  • 1,306 DVDs
  • 186 audio books  

In addition, each library offers: 

  • Photocopying and printing facilities
  • Excellent customer service from our fully-staffed information desks
  • Wifi

Search the library's print & online collections for books, articles, dvds, audio books and more (external site)
 

Galway Campus Library

  • 15 group study rooms
  • Silent zone areas for individual study
  • Training room used for "Learning Innovation Skills" and library inductions
  • IT room used for library instruction
  • Archive room
  • Self service borrowing facilities
  • 100 PCs on open access

 CCAM Library

  • Extensive art book and journal collection
  • Extensive DVD collection

 Mayo Campus library

  • Group study and individual study facilities
  • Enda MacDonagh Collection

 

CONTACT US

Phone:
Galway campus: +353 91 742785
Centre for Creative Arts & Media (CCAM): +353 91 745409
Mayo campus: +353 94 9043146
Letterfrack campus: +353 91 742666

Email: library@gmit.ie

Web: GMIT Libraries Online

Latest News

Moetion Films crew working on their animated feature film 'Ooops!-Back in the Deep End', in GMIT’s Centre for the Creative Arts and Media (CCAM)’s Creative Hub at the Cluain Mhuire campus, Galway city.

GMIT welcomes an Enterprise Ireland grant of €2.7m from the Regional Enterprise Development Fund (REDF) for the Comhoibriú CLG ‘Creative Enterprise West’ (CREW) project based at GMIT’s Creative Arts & Media campus.

Dr Trevor Clohessy, Department of Enterprise and Technology, GMIT School of Business, and co-author of the study published in the journal Information Technology & People, which is available on request.

A study into how fitness apps can affect users, conducted by Dr Trevor Clohessy, GMIT School of Business, and Dr Eoin Whelan, Cairnes School of Business and Economics, NUIG, has found the apps can lead to both positive and negative wellbeing outcomes, depending on the person’s social motivation f