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A Report by Commission of Investigation into the handling by Church and State authorities of allegations and suspicions of child abuse against clerics of the Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin has just been published. Copies of this report have been ordered for the Library and are expected to be available soon.
In the meantime the report is available online here , to access the report click the link for full text on the record. This page will also show when there are hard copies of the report available to be borrowed from the library
To view our short guides, and to go directly to the databases, just check the links in each of the departments side panels to the right of this page.
"In order to perform essential scheduled hardware maintenance, Information Services would like to inform you of the following network downtime:
- Friday Oct 16th: The wireless network will be unavailable from 8am to 6pm
- Saturday Oct 17th : The phone network will be unaccessible from 8am to 6pm
- Wednesday Oct 21st: Internet and Intranet Services will be unavailable from 8am to 10am
Wireless Internet access
Printing and Photocopying
We apologise for the inconvenience.
Topics covered include:
Art Deco Jewellery
Tiffany in Fashion
All books on jewellery are shelved at 739.27
If you would like to take out any book in the display cabinet just ask at the library issue desk.
Detail regarding Saturday opening will be posted on this blog and on the Mountjoy Square Library Homepage on a weekly basis, while the full list of Saturday openings are available here.
Please note that the Library will not be open every Saturday and it is advised to check with the Library in advance to see if the Library will be open on a particular Saturday. The list of Saturday openings is also available online here
The Office of the Minister for Children is overseeing and managing the study. The study itself is being carried out by a consortium of researchers led by the Economic and Social Research Institute ("ESRI") and Trinity College Dublin.
The key findings which were published on 10th July relate to the nine year olds ("the child cohort"). They cover "Being 9 years old", "The families of 9 year olds", "The education of 9 years olds" and "The health of 9 year olds". Click here to learn more about the study. Click here to view the findings.
The library will close at 1pm on Thursday 9th of April and will reopen at 9.30am on Wednesday 15th of April.
Term time opening hours will apply during the rest of this period:
Monday - Thursday
9:30 - 21:30
Friday 9:30 - 17:15
Saturday 10:00 -17:00