Teachers have the use of sensory toys when organising class visits. Our colleague, Linda devised a ‘social story’ so that teachers / facilitators can prepare students with learning difficulties for their library visit. Linda worked with Fiona Ferris from AsIAm (Ireland’s National Autism Charity) who provided guidance on language and what to describe in the story.
The work pod has been installed to provide a more private collaborative space for patrons to use for workforce related work e.g. online interviews, training, group project work or (non-fee) tutoring. The unit is equipped with power and can seat up to four people. This policy outlines the rules and guidelines for use of the facility.
The work Pod at the Central Library provides a more private collaborative space for library members to use for work related activities e.g. online interviews, training, group project work or (non-fee) tutoring. The unit is equipped with power and can seat up to four people.
The novels nominated and shortlisted for the Award will be available for readers to borrow from Dublin City Libraries and from public libraries around Ireland, or can be borrowed as eBooks and some as eAudiobooks on the free Borrowbox app, available to all public library users.