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Guide to GMIT Library for Furniture Industry students
I'm Suzanne Rushe, your Subject Librarian for Furniture Design & Technology, if you need any help just ask in the Library or email me.
This is an introductory guide to help you find key, academic resources while studying at Letterfrack and show you how to make use of them. Hopefully, it will answer most of the questions that you have about the library resources.
The guide provides key information on engineering sources including:
Finding items in print and online; including books, journals & newspapers
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Designed to provide lecturers and students with accurate and up to date full text access to current NSAI Irish Standards: straight IS (Irish Standards) EN (European Norms) and ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation).
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