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Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical Science: Welcome

What's in this guide

Tips, information and resources to help you with your studies.

Using books

Textbooks are useful  introduction to a topic, they will give you an overview of the subject.

Reading Lists are a good starting point, you will find reading lists for each module in Moodle.

Edited books bring together expert knowledge from a range of different people.  These books have detailed information on a subject and can add depth to your research into a topic.

Need a book that's not in DkIT Library?

Need a book that's not in the Library? You might be able to read most of it online using Google Books. Or you could make an online interlibrary loan request and we'll borrow it from another library for you.

If you find a book you think might be useful for your whole class and you think we should buy it then let us know! Email the details to

Electronic books (ebooks)

Electronic books can be read online via your PC, laptop or mobile device.

Advantages ebooks:

  • They are available 24/7
  • You can access them on and off campus
  • You can search within the full-text for your topic
  • No library overdue fines

We have a large number of ebooks available to you which you can find either by searching the catalogue or by logging in directly to one of our ebook collections.

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Lorna O'Connor
De Chastelain Library
Dundalk Institute of Technology

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