The Library’s programme of “Helpful Information for Trinity Students/Staff” – Library HITS – begins this week with the following:
- Introduction to the Library at 11:05
- Library Catalogue and Reading Lists at 13:05
- Introduction to the Library at 15:05
All presentations are in the North Training Room in the Berkeley basement. All welcome!
The Friends of the Library – Trinity College Dublin are delighted to announce the first lecture of the new term. Vincent J. McBrierty will speak on An Illustrated History of Howth through the Eye of the Artist on Thursday 25 September at 19:30, in the Thomas Davis Lecture Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College.
Admission is €5 (Members & Concessions €2.50).
Vincent J. McBrierty is Physics Professor Emeritus and Fellow of Trinity College Dublin. He was a member of the Bishops’ Council for Justice and Peace. Professor McBrierty is also a local historian and has published two books on Howth: The Howth Peninsula, its History Lore and Legends (Dublin, 1981), and Howth through the Eye of the Artist (Dublin, 2005).
Today sees the start of Freshers’ Week for new undergraduates. If you are new to College, be it undergraduate, postgraduate or staff, we’d like to extend a warm and heartfelt welcome to Trinity College Library Dublin.
The vast majority of Freshers will be brought during the course of the week to one of our libraries by student mentors – so for current users, there will be a little more noise and disruption than usual.
Leaflets and posters are up around the Library and College promoting our Library HITS (Helpful Information for Trinity Students/Staff) programme – a description and timetable in an accessible format is available online. If you have questions about Library HITS or anything to do with the Library, just ask us – we’re here to help!
Our new Librarian, Ms Helen Shenton, joined us over summer and she will send a more formal welcome to all members of the College community once term begins next week.
We are happy to confirm that access to Stella Search has been restored – apologies for any inconvenience.
Each month the Edward Worth Library, which is affiliated to TCD, describes a “book of the month”. September’s is based on Claude Fleury’s 1683 work on ancient Israelites.
See it here, together with previous “books of the month”.
We regret that the Manuscripts & Archives Research Library will be closed this Saturday, 6th September. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
During the weeks of the 25th August and 1st September we will be reconfiguring the layout of services in the Iveagh Hall, Berkeley Library.
- Visiting Readers are advised to use the Visiting Readers’ PCs located on the Upper Level, Lecky Library
- Student PCs are available for use in the Lecky Library (Upper Level), Berkeley Library (1st Floor) and the 24-hour computer room in the Ussher Library
- Datapac services are available throughout the Berkeley/Lecky/Ussher Libraries
The Library wishes to apologise for any inconvenience caused. Please email enquiries to email@example.com.