The collections of the National Library constitute a unique learning resource for students of all aspects of Irish history and culture. We have devised a broad educational programme to maximise this potential, providing a wide range of services for primary, post-primary, third level students, lifelong learners and educators. We are interested in hearing from you, so do conact us at email@example.com
We offer tours and workshops of our exhibitions for primary schools. Workshops are also available to download and complete in the class room.
We offer a variety of resources specially designed for post primary students including historical case studies and specialised tours of the Yeats exhibition.
The printed and visual collections are an excellent resource for students and teachers at third level. Introduce your class to the library by pre-booking a class visit.
In keeping with our committment to life long learning, we host a number of short courses in collaboration with the UCD Department of Adult Education which take place in Autumn and Spring each year. Subjects have included W.B.Yeats, 1916 and the War of Independence. Participants are also introduced to relevant material from our collections.
We also run collaborative research projects as part of our involvement in Bealtaine, the Age & Opportunity Festival.
We regulary organise storytelling and creative workshops for children.
A list of links to useful educational sites/providers.