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

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