The National Library has developed an extensive Outreach & Education programme to maximise the educational potential of its collections for all students of Irish history and culture. In recent years, the Library has collaborated with groups such as the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment and the Primary Curriculum Support Programme to tailor certain aspects of its educational services to the needs of primary and post primary students. The Library also supports younger learners with regular series of storytelling and workshops, while adult learners can avail of a continuous series of short courses on historical, cultural and literary themes hosted in conjunction with UCD Adult Education.

For further details on these and other opportunites, see the Education section of this website.


Bríd O'Sullivan, National Library of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin 2.               Tel.: 01 603 0259

For queries about education programmes at the                                                 Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again exhibition,                                             please call 01 670 6153 or email

HII/NLI Masterclass with Giles Mandelbrote (BL)
HII/NLI Masterclass with Giles Mandelbrote (BL)
Quick Links