Resources include books, journals, databases, websites and grey literature.
Books can be found on Floor 2 of the Library Building at shelf mark 370.
A database is a platform for searching across various information resources such as journal articles, conference reports, books and book chapters.
Key databases for Education are:
Websites can be very useful for up to date information and it is important to check if that information is reliable and accurate.
A selection of websites for Education are:
The Campbell Collaboration - producing systematic reviews in education, crime and justice and social welfare.
Grey literature is information which is not formally published in sources such as books or journals.
Source examples include:
DART-Europe E-theses Portal - open access for research output from Universities within Europe.
European Medicines Agency (EMA) - responsible for the scientific evaluation, supervision and safety checking of medicines in the EU.
LENUS - Irish Health repository - HSE.
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE - UK).
Open Grey - multidisciplinary open access repository for a variety of sources.
RIAN - National portal for research output for the seven universities within Ireland.
Trip Medical Database - clinical search engine to find high quality research evidence.
University of Limerick Institutional Repository - open access to research output of faculty and researchers.
World Health Organisation Global Index Medicus - a portal providing access to bibliographic and full text records of public health and biomedical literature.