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Cork City Libraries seek applications for a Coordinator for the Hermann Marbe Camera Collection and Workshops.
This is a Creative Ireland funded project in association with Cork City Libraries. Closing date for applications is Monday 27 June at 5.00 pm.
A public consultation on the development of a new strategy for the public library service has been launched.
Is there something you’d love to see in libraries?
Then have your say about the future of libraries in Ireland by filling out this questionnaire.
We are delighted to announce that our new My Open Library self-service system is now available to use at Douglas Library.
To register, contact Douglas Library.
My Open Library provides access to Douglas Library from 8.00 am to 10.00 pm, seven days a week.
Our new Cork Past and Present website is now available for browsing and searching. We are continuing with our redesign, so collections are limited for the moment.
We will be uploading more items over the course of the year.
Visit our new site at www.corkpastandpresent.ie
This year’s book is Pancho and Lefty Ride Again by Cónal Creedon.
Find out more about Cónal Creedon and some upcoming Once City One Book events.
Your new and improved online library system is ready!
You can check it out today at https://corkcity.spydus.ie/
The first time you log in to the new system, you will be asked to reset your PIN. This is because your PIN is encrypted and private to you so it could not be transferred to the new system.
Cork City Libraries is pleased to participate in the eduroam initiative. Eduroam is available at all of our libraries. For information about eduroam please visit https://www.eduroam.ie/