Brought to you by Dublin City Libraries and axis Ballymun, this multi-platform project is a celebration and a recognition of the city libraries and throughout the pandemic, we re-discovered the power of literature, music, art and culture as sources of entertainment and wellbeing.
Whether you’re an absolute beginner or already confident in your artistic skills, we have something here for you. Our amazing array of digital resources includes a wide selection of free courses, a comprehensive choice of magazines and books and, for the student of art and art history, an in-depth and authoritative range of reference resources.
More online resources to help with language learning
If you are interested in learning or improving a language (including English), our colleague Simon from Inchicore Library recently reviewed three of our excellent online resources. There are also a variety of other aids to language learning which you might not expect to find in our suite of online resources and which Simon outlines for you here.
The Dictionary of Irish Biography (DIB), a project of the Royal Irish Academy, outlines the lives at home and overseas of prominent individuals born in Ireland, north and south, and the noteworthy Irish careers of those born outside Ireland.
World Book Online is an engaging and trustworthy resource which offers an immersive learning experience to learners at every level. It provides access to over 30,000 articles, 6,000 web links, 400 interactive maps and much, much more.