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Follow the Feet to Library Meet & Greet

Orientation week went well. Now, in weeks 2 and 3  – November 12 to 23 – new students can pop in to Link 3 in James Joyce Library – follow the orange feet – have a chat, get a free coffee and at 12.30 enjoy some fun and games – like Cluedo on Wednesdays and bingo on Fridays, with spot prizes.

Check out the programme here.

UCD Library

A Zine ?

“We made Zines” a colleague told me.
“Zines, what’s that?”
“Look it up!”

I have a quick look, but run out of time.

So today, when one of my students come to see me, I tell him that I have some inquiry that I need help with. 188 more words

Jina

Law 101: New Library tutorial now live

Susan Boyle, the UCD Library College Liaison Librarian covering Law, has developed a new tutorial for those beginning to seek legal information during their course. 27 more words

UCD Library

Drowning not waving, or, how to get help in secondary school

A lot of enquiries this week about supports in post-primary school for children who have only recently received a diagnosis.  This is a difficult time for parents, especially where it coincides with the beginning of secondary education. 536 more words

For Parents

A Midweek, Late August Text

It’s another cool, beautiful morning here in my borough; the morning light appears autumnal. Here is a glossary of key vocabulary for English Language Arts… 8 more words

English Language Arts

The Weekly Text, August 19, 2016

Over the years, I have become convinced of the utility of teaching the parts of speech in order to build literacy in general, and in particular to assist students in developing their own understanding of how to write grammatically complete, syntactically meaningful, and stylish sentences. 259 more words

English Language Arts