The library is currently offering a ‘digital on demand’ service for library material digitization requests. This service is free of charge and available for staff and all Postgraduate students (Research and Taught). Digital on demand refers to some material which cannot be borrowed or if you cannot physically make it to the library on campus.
How does it work?
Our Working Remotely Guide is designed to provide you with all you need to assist you while working and studying off-campus. We have an extensive range of online supports and services available to all our students and staff. Wherever you are, this guide will help you find out what's new, what's always been here and how to get in touch for further help.
In line with current public health measures due to Covid-19, Maynooth University Library has adjusted our provision of services to support the campus community. Students can now access the library for on-site study. From Monday 31st May students will be able to book 2 sessions on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and 3 sessions on Tuesday and Thursday. For full details please see here . Our online resources and supports continue to be fully available.
This guide will provide full details of the services we offer. Please see the contents listing on this page to find out more.
Please use our online services and content first and consider carefully if you need to avail of our on-campus services.
Face-masks must be worn in the Library at all times.
If you have symptoms of COVID-19 you must not come to the library.
Students can now access the library for on-site study.
From Monday 31st May students can book 2 sessions on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and 3 sessions on Tuesday and Thursday. You must book in advance coming to the library. For full details, please see here. Booking is now available here
These slots can be consecutive.
Users must leave the building after each study slot. If you have a consecutive booking you must leave and re-enter. This is necessary due to contact tracing requirements.
On arrival you must show your confirmation email. The name on your student card must match the name on the confirmation email.
Once in the building you must follow the signage in order to facilitate safe movement around the building
Seats are not designated to users based on their booking and seats must not be moved.
Users must only sit at desks with the sit here sticker.
Our vacation opening hours and duration of study sessions have now changed. For more information see here. Please use our online services and content first and consider carefully if you need to avail of our on-campus services.
Within our Working Remotely Guide we have created support specifically for our Students, Researchers and Staff. All the resources and useful tips for your study are contained in a separate tab within the guide. Click on the image relevant to you to get started!
We are dedicated to providing as much support to our staff and students during this period of blended learning for 2020/2021. You can organise to chat with a Teaching Librarian or arrange a consultation with our Research Support Librarian, or Academic Engagement Librarian.
Send an email to our Teaching & Research Team email@example.com and one of our team will be in touch.
For Research Consultation, email Ciaran.Quinn@mu.ie and he will arrange a suitable time to meet with you virtually.
To discuss any issues arising for your colleagues or students, contact Helen Farrell, Academic Engagement Librarian or schedule a meeting on MS Teams with her.
Click and Collect items will be available for collection during library opening hours.
How does it work?