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Public Libraries are both a very old and a very new idea. The modern public
library service provided by South Dublin County Libraries is recognized for
its strong customer service ethos and its innovative use of technology for improved
services to all customers. Our libraries are community spaces where people come
to read, relax, learn and search the broad range of human knowledge stored in
books and in online resources.
South Dublin County Libraries provide free and democratic access to our services
and connects people with their local authority and their wider communities.

Our libraries are vibrant cultural apace where reading and the book are honored
and placed at the heart of all activities. Children are the readers of tomorrow
and collections and activities to help them engage in learning and creativity
are place at the centre of our services.
Ongoing education in literature, languages, music and the sciences in all our
branch libraries further enhance the learning network of the County. The memory
of South Dublin is available in our Local Studies collection and through SOURCE
our online digital heritage service.
Mobile libraries cross the County daily to remote urban and rural places bringing
new worlds to discover and explore.
Contemporary technologies are harnessed to provide digital books from our website
allowing us to provide 24/7 service to our customers from anywhere in the world.
Customers with reading difficulties can listen to downloadable audio books for
free and without visiting the physical branch library.
Visit South Dublin Libraries on the Web

Moderation Statement

This is the official Flickr page of South Dublin Libraries. This page is not monitored on a 24/7 basis and should not be used to report an emergency. Contact details for all emergencies can be found at www.sdcc.ie.
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This page serves as another communication channel for South Dublin Libraries to communicate with members of the public, in addition to engaging with the community directly and using traditional media and our website.

We welcome comments, but as this is the official page of an organisation serving the public, we do need to moderate them. We will therefore delete the following:

Obscene, abusive, discriminatory or accusatory comments about any individuals or organisations.
Any political commentary or debate.
Comment or discussion on any matter that is before the courts.
Any misinformation which contradicts public safety or security advice or information.

We will also delete:
Comments which contain obscene language
Comments which aim to incite illegal activity
Comments which do not comply with the terms of usage of this site.

South Dublin Libraries is not responsible for content posted by members of the public.

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July 2009