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 college, bring the form and your student card to the Student Information Desk.
We can only stamp forms for registered students.
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 at the Student Information Desk within 72 hours; please bring your student card.
If you have not completed the registration process, or if you are awaiting exam results, we are unable to process your request. Please apply when you are fully registered.
If you have moved house since you registered, please ensure that you complete a change of address form before requesting any letter.
The full address of the Institute of Technology is:
Institute of Technology Blanchardstown
Blanchardstown Road North
The telephone number is (+ 353 1) 8851000
The fax number is (+353 1) 8851001
The email address is email@example.com
For full details of how to access ITB, please read the following guide.
There are two printers in the library: Lib_Kopikat 2 and 3.
Lib_Kopikat 2 and 3 are black-and-white and colour printers; they are black-and-white photocopiers; and they are scanners. They are located around the corner from the library desk on level 1. If you wish to print in black-and-white, select the printer: Lib_Kopikat2 or Lib_Kopikat3.
If you wish to print in colour, select the printer: Lib_Colour_Kopikat2 or Lib_Colour_Kopikat3. To collect a print-out or create a copy at Kopikat 2 or 3, you need to login; login using your student number and computer password.
Click here for information on how to top up your print/photocopy credit.
If you are using mobile print please note that documents automatically print in colour unless the black-and-white option is selected on the printer.
When printing a file in a PDF format the PDF file must be downloaded and saved onto the PC and then sent to the printer.
(top image: “Once were e-journals” by Driek on Flickr)