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This year, the seminar will be titled “Defining ‘AI’ in Teaching & Learning: the role of libraries in Access and Inclusion; Academic Integrity; and Artificial Intelligence”Friday 1st March 2024 at 9:30am–4pm at the Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin, College Green.The seminar will look at three different meanings of ‘AI’ within the context of academic...
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Precious medieval manuscripts and fragments that illuminate the art, music and literary culture of medieval Europe are being made available to the public for the first time thanks to a two-year conservation and digitisation project at the Library of Trinity College Dublin. While the Book of Kells is Trinity’s best-known medieval manuscript, the Library of...
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In support of CONUL’s strategic objective of being the platform for our international presence, CONUL Training & Development is delighted to announce the fourth collaborative Erasmus Library Staff Mobility week, 24 – 28 June 2024, in Dublin.The libraries of Dublin City University,  Maynooth University, National Library of Ireland, RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences, TU Dublin, University...
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CONUL are signatories to the CILIP Green Libraries Manifesto -working together for people and planet. In partnership with Irish, UK, and International signatories CONUL’s member libraries pledge, ‘to lead by example through our own environmental actions and use our power and reach to inform and inspire people to take positive action and build resilience in...
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The 2024 UX in Libraries conference will take place at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge (UK) from 11 to 13 June. Once again, we will be sharing user experience techniques, initiatives and stories, hearing from experts from both inside and outside of libraries, and engaging in interactive workshops and challenges. As ever, a significant and popular...
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In advance of Budget 2024, the Board of CONUL has written to the Minister of Education in support of Children’s Books Ireland’s ‘Right To Be A Reader’ Campaign, urging the government to provide sustained funding for school libraries in Budget 2024 and beyond.  As Library directors of third-level and research institutions, we see the direct benefits of...
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Libfocus presents the second prize post for the CONUL Training and Development Library Assistant Blog Awards 2023 The author is Kathryn Milligan, Library Assistant at University College Dublin (Special Collections). You can read the article on the Libfocus blog.
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This Biblia Sacra comes from Northern France, ca. 1270 making it the oldest item in DCU Special Collections & Archives. Here is a hand-painted illuminated initial, though it is much tinier in person. From our Archdiocese of Dublin Collection.
The CONUL Unique and Distinctive Committee launched its Instagram account on 14 September. It will post weekly highlights from the heritage collections of each CONUL institution. Follow along @conul_udc. This Biblia Sacra comes from Northern France, ca. 1270 making it the oldest item in DCU Special Collections & Archives. Here is a hand-painted illuminated initial,...
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Libfocus is delighted to present the winning post for the CONUL Training and Development Library Assistant Blog Awards 2023. The author is Maeve Shanahan, Library Assistant at University of Limerick. You can read the article on the Libfocus blog.
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John Robb UCC
University College Cork Library is delighted to welcome musician and author John Robb to UCC Library on September 19th to discuss his new book, The Art of Darkness: The History of Goth. This event will consist of a talk from the author and audience Q&A, followed by a signing. Books will be available to purchase at the event. Booking...
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