(In the Chicago Style)
|In-Text Reference: an in-text reference or citation is used when you are quoting or paraphrasing a source in the body of your essay. It follows an author date format. The above reference would appear as (James, 2009) in an in-text reference.|
For more information on laying out references, see our referencing guide.
Maynooth University Library provides access to a wide range of books, ebooks and other content related to the study of Theology.
Books: The majority of books related to Theology are on the Second floor and are free for you to borrow. When searching for a book on LibrarySearch, take note of the book’s Location, Call Number and Loan Status. These details will tell you where to find the book.
Staff at the Library Information Desk can explain to you how to find books in the Library if you're unsure.
eBooks: The Library has access to thousands of electronic books. You can search for them through typing keywords into the LibrarySearch box below or on the main Library homepage. Books can be read online or downloaded. You will need your MU login credentials to read these electronic resources.
Other content: dictionaries, encyclopaedias, newspapers, theses, dissertations and also available from the library.
Using this content should form part of your Search Strategy. For further information, see our Successful Searching Guide.
The Inter-Library Loan (ILL) Service provides access to material required for research that is not held in Maynooth University Library. We source this material from other libraries worldwide. If you have searched LibrarySearch and we do not have a book, journal article or other material you require, we can apply to another library for the item.
If you have any questions relating to the Inter-Library Loan service, contact: Bernadette Gardiner Tel: +353 1 7083901.
For more information on ILLs, please click here.