Monday, 12 September 2016

Opening Hours

Student ID Cards for First Years

IT Sligo Student ID cards will be available from Tuesday 13th September in Rooms 4 & 5 of the Social Zone (lower ground floor of the library).
Please have your student number with you.
Remember your student ID is also your library card.

Friday, 9 September 2016


Library Guide
Welcome First Years of 2016 to Yeats Library!

Your research journey starts with the library.
Take some time over the next few weeks to become familiar with the services and facilities available to you here.

The Library Staff are here to help with each step of your academic journey. If you need assistance, Ask Us!

Thursday, 12 May 2016


Please help create a quiet study environment in the library during exam time.

Respect other users by complying with the Library Code of Conduct and keeping noise to a minimum.

Access past exam papers from the Library Homepage

Friday, 22 April 2016

Mise Éire

Mise Éire is a short film containing newsreel footage and archive film of the lead up to and aftermath of the 1916 Rising. It features footage of some of the leaders such as Thomas Clarke, James Connolly and Pádraic Pearse and first-hand accounts from veterans of the Rising.
Directed by George Morrison and produced by Gael-Linn, Dublin 1960. Musical score composed by Sean Ó Riada (featuring Róisín Dubh, Boolavogue, Sliabh na mBan, 1913 Lockout Labour Anthem, Eton Boat Song, Tipperary, Mise Éire).

Showing Thursday 21st April in Room A1060 (Meeting Room next to Yeats Library) from 12.30pm-2.30pm.

Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Travelling Exhibition Proving Popular!

Photo by Séan Mullery
Banners created as part of the Sligo through the Decades travelling exhibition were on display in the Hawkswell Theatre during the Easter break. The ten banners give a historical snapshot of events that made the headlines in Sligo over the last one hundred years since 1916. The exhibition will be on display in each of the seven schools which participated in the project over the coming months.

Fiona Fox, Librarian and project co-ordinator for the exhibition was recently interviewed by Claire Ronan about the project for Irish TV Sligo Matters. The exhibition has since been on display in the Knocknarea Arena for the musical event, Macalla. Keep an eye for it as you never know where it will pop-up next!

Friday, 18 March 2016

IT Sligo commemorates 1916

Several events were held in the Institute to mark Proclamation Day on March 15th. The reading of the Proclamation at the entrance to the college started off events which included music, song, and recitals. This was followed by a film installation and drama performances in the afternoon of popular stage melodramas from the time of the Rising by students from Performing Arts, as well as excerpts from the play The Plough and the Stars.
The evening finished with talks by two guest lecturers on the topics on gender representation over the last one hundred years on and off stage and the influence of The Plough and the Stars.

Monday, 7 March 2016

Sligo Through the Decades- official launch

TY students who participated in
 Sligo Through the Decades project
The Yeats Library and and TY students from Sligo are bringing together an exciting series of local events and stories from 1916 – 2016 as part of a local history research project.The research has been compiled into a travelling exhibition which will be  officially launched this Tuesday evening, March 8th, in A0006 at 7pm.

It will be on display at the Institute from March 8th until Easter. The exhibition will then visit each of the participating ‘Sligo Through The Decades‘ schools.

The project was part funded by Sligo County Council, in association with Ireland 2016, the Department of Arts Heritage and the Gaeltacht and IT Sligo.

Monday, 1 February 2016

Careers Fair

IT Sligo will host a Careers Fair on Tuesday 2nd February, 11am-3pm. 
There will be up to 45 companies in attendance showcasing their graduate employment opportunities and a drop-in CV clinic on the day. 
Time to get those CVs updated and ready!