Category Archives: Ireland

Free PDF Version Of The Rules Of The Road (ROI)

Title: Rules of the Road Author: Ireland, Road Safety Authority Full Text & Source: http://www.rotr.ie/Rules_of_the_road.pdf The Internet, Online, 24/09/2017 Sample Text: Foreword The purpose of the Rules of the Road is to save lives and prevent injury on our roads. … Continue reading

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Rudai 23: A New Online Course for Information Professionals

The course is certified by the Library Association of Ireland.This course will be of interest to information professionals who would like to learn more about using web tools for professional development and promoting your library. Continue reading

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A Positive Side To Social Media

I heard a story about the positive use of social media. My sister is using her ipad to teach the old people who she works with to use Facebook and Twitter, to connect with their children and grand-children. I love … Continue reading

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St.Patrick’s Day – A Day When The Whole World Celebrates The Irish Culture

Date: 17th March (Every Year) St.Patrick’s Day Website: http://www.stpatricksfestival.ie/ Title:St. Patrick and Identity Author: National Museum, Ireland Full Text & Source: http://www.museum.ie/Country-Life/Featured-Topics/St-Patrick/Decorative-arts St. Patrick and the symbols associated with him have been used to emphasis Irish identity and can been … Continue reading

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Happy World Book Day 2017

Céad Míle Fáilte A Chairde, we are delighted to be celebrating World Book Day in Ireland on Thursday 2nd March 2017. Over the last 20 years (yes, it’s our 20th anniversary in 2017!), World Book Day has become firmly established … Continue reading

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The Locket By John Montague

Sing a last song for the lady who has gone, fertile source of guilt and pain. The worst birth in the annals of Brooklyn, that was my cue to come on, my first claim to fame. Naturally, she longed for … Continue reading

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