Both the Manuscripts & Archives, and Early Printed Books & Special Collections, Reading Rooms will be closed to readers on Thursday 8 August (from approximately 10:00-11:30). We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Due to stocktaking activities, all libraries will be closed on Saturday 27 July, Saturday 3 August and on Monday 5 August. The 24-hour spaces (Kinsella Hall and the 1937 Postgraduate Reading Room) will remain open. Requests from storage will be partially reduced – please contact Library staff for further details.
Normal Library services will resume on Tuesday 6 August 2019.
We’re running a short survey to help us understand your experiences of the Library. As a thank you, we will enter you into a draw to win prizes including Trinity Ball tickets, TCard credit and more.
Your views will help us to better appreciate all of our users’ needs and provide valuable insights to enable us to develop responsive services for the future. The survey will take about fifteen minutes to complete. The closing date is 14 December.
The Library Life Pulse survey is being administered by an independent research agency called Alterline, you can view their GDPR policy online.
If you have any queries about this survey, please contact us at email@example.com.
All personal data collected by the University will be processed according to the College Privacy Notice.
Over the past few years the Early Irish Manuscripts Project has focused on the conservation, research and digitisation of four of the Library’s most important early medieval insular Gospel Books, funded by the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Art Conservation Project. This online exhibition gives a good short overview of the project.
We are delighted that the Bank of America, Merrill Lynch & Trinity College Dublin have been shortlisted AGAIN for the Allianz Business to Arts Award for Best Long Term Partnership and also the Judges’ Special Recognition Award for Portfolio of Investment. So keep those fingers crossed, we were robbed back in 2016.
The Awards will take place on September 4 at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre. Wish us luck!