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Library

Meet Our Staff

The mission of the ITU library is to support the University vision by empowering students and faculty with the knowledge and tools to select and use information in a scholarly, ethical and unbiased manner.

University Library Team

The friendly and skilled University Library Team provides reference books, course reserves, research databases and research support (including regular webinars) in a welcoming study environment. To contact a member of the team email: library@itu.edu

Marion Hayes

University Librarian

Email Marion Hayes

 

Technical Support

For questions about accounts, logins and access submit a ticket to Support [Technology Support]

 

Library Visiting Hours


Operating Hours
DAYS
  • Monday - Thursday
  • Friday - Sunday
TIME
  • 10:30 AM - 8:00 PM
  • 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
 

Research Consulations

Schedule your research consultation in person or via Zoom by emailing library@itu.edu

DAYS
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
TIME
  • 11am to 1pm (onsite) or by appointment
  • 11am to 1pm (onsite) or by appointment
  • 11am to 1pm (onsite)
  • 11am to 1pm (onsite) or by appointment
  • 10am to 12pm; 2pm to 6pm (onsite) or by appointment
  • By Appointment Only
  • By Appointment Only
 

Study Rooms and Laptops

Library Study Space Hours: The library has five meeting rooms available during library service hours giving you a quiet and comfortable place to study (see above).

 

Course Reserve Textbooks

  • Two copies of most textbooks are provided by ITU and your SGA.
  • The ITU copy is a 3-hour on-site loan; the SGA copy is a 7-day loan
  • The library policies give details about their acquisition and circulation

 

Library Policies

Research Assistance

 

Research Assistance And Consultation

Submit Research Assistance

Schedule a research consultation

  • To schedule a consultation with the University Librarian email library@itu.edu

 

Style Guides And Templates

ITU Style Guides

 

The library has produced a list of Recommended Resources which is an essential ITU reference tool. The list is divided into six key stages of the research process.

Click here to view recommended Resources 

 

Academic honesty and plagiarism

Carefully read ITU’s Plagiarism Prevention Policy.

ITU uses ‘turnitin’ plagiarism-checking tool. For access submit a support ticket.

Library Catalog & E-Resources

 

Library Catalog & E-Resources

The Library has the following electronic resources available to our students:

 

ITU Library Pocket Guide

The ITU Library Team has put together the ITU Library Pocket Guide to remind you of the resources, databases, services, and staff assistance available to you.

 

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