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    Getting a Form Stamped

    Tuesday, January 9, 2018

    Sometimes students are required to get forms stamped to demonstrate that they are students at ITB.  If you have been asked to get a form stamped by the…

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    Letters for Registered Students

    Tuesday, January 9, 2018

    Sometimes students are required to get a letter that states that they are students at ITB.  You must apply for such letters online.  Letters will be available for collection…

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    Lost Property

    Wednesday, January 3, 2018

    The lost property section is located at the Student Information Desk, in the library in Block F. If you have lost an item, you can leave a description…

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    Referencing guidelines

    Saturday, July 18, 2015

    The different departments in ITB use different referencing systems.  Select your department:   Department of Business: Dept of Business Referencing Guide: view on Moodle Library tutorial on the…

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Student Information Desk

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You can contact the Student Information Desk (SID) as follows:

In person: at the SID Desk in the library, F Block

  • By email: sid @ itb.ie
  • By phone: 01 8851592

The Student Information desk is open from 9.15am – 5.00pm each weekday.

You can read more about SID here.




Registration Checklist & Schedule

Repro Free: 14/09/2012
Nargiz Abdulajeva and Evelina Dzemedaiunqito from Lithuania and Veronica Smaga from Poland pictured at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown (ITB) Annual Welcome Barbeque for 2012 First Year Students, their first social gathering of their academic year.
ITB have thirty full time courses covering Electronics and Computer Engineering, Computing, Business, Mechatronics, Applied Social Studies in Social Care, Business and Business with Information Technology , International Business, Sports Management and Coaching along with Creative Digital Media, Social and Community Development, Early Childhood Care and Education, and Horticulture. 
There are also a number of part time Springboard Courses on offer at ITB, the initiative launched in May for unemployed people in areas such as, Mechatronics, Computing, Digital media, Energy Efficiency and Retrofit, and Languages. The initiative is aimed at those who were previously working but lost their jobs or were made redundant and who, with some up-skilling, could fill current or future job shortages. Pic Andres Poveda


For further information, an interview with Mairead Murphy, photography from the event please contact Ann-Marie Sheehan, Aspire PR, Telephone : 01 827 5181 / 087 298 5569 or email : annmarie@aspire-pr.com

Are you preparing to start at, or return to, ITB this September?  Do you have questions about online registration, meeting points etc.  Familiarise yourself with this registration checklist and schedule!






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You can contact the Reception Desk as follows:

  • In person: at the Reception Desk, F Block
  • By email: reception @ itb.ie
  • By phone: 01 8851009

Reception is open from 9:30am – 12:30pm and 2:00pm – 4:00pm each weekday.





Computer Services Helpdesk – Opening Hours

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You can contact the Computer Services Helpdesk as follows:

The Computer Services Helpdesk is located in the Library (F Block). Students can change their passwords at the Student Information or Library Desks throughout the day. For other technical assistance, please come to the Computer Services Helpdesk at the following times:

Monday – Thursday

  • 10.30am – 11.00am
  • 2.00pm – 2.30pm
  • 5.30pm – 6.00pm


  • 10.30am – 11.00am
  • 2.00pm – 2.30pm
  • 4.30pm – 5.00pm

For a range of computer services-related topics, please see this section of the intranet.




ITB Wireless Network

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ITB has two wireless networks:

  • Webaccess
  • Eduroam

The Computer Services’ intranet page contains detailed information and videos that will help you to connect to the network.


Connecting to Webaccess

  • Scan for the Webaccess network
  • Open a web page on your laptop, phone, tablet etc.
  • Login in using the following format: campus\B00000000 (using your student number)
  • Enter your network password

You may need to reconnect after 2 hours.

All library laptops and tablets are connected to Webaccess.


Connecting to Eduroam

Eduroam can be used by students who wish to access wifi in other institutions, e.g. DIT, IT Tallaght, UCD etc.

Please set up your Eduroam account in ITB before using wifi on another campus.

  • Login to  Eduroam using the following format: studentnumber@student.itb.ie  e.g. B01000001@student.itb.ie
  • Enter your network password.  Leave the domain blank




SQ3R: effective reading

Monday, November 28, 2016

As college students, you will be introduced to lots of new and unfamiliar topics.  Reading about these ideas can sometimes feel overwhelming.  Here is a short tutorial to describe…

eBooks: printing and saving content

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

The library subscribes to a range of Dawsonera e-books.  Here is a short guide to how you access them and how you print/copy content from them. 1. Search…

Study guides

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Study guides Concentration Memory Group work Evaluating information sources Reading difficult material Time management   Punctuation and grammar Apostrophes Commas Colons and semi-colons Grammar Spelling

View your library record

Thursday, August 13, 2015

You can view your library record online.  It contains the following information: Your contact details Books currently on loan to you and the date they are due to…