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Special Collections & Archives' Outreach & Engagement: Home

How Special Collections & Archives interacts with the world.

How We Engage with Our Community

Special Collections & Archives, UCC Library is delighted to welcome all who wish to engage with our collections and services. Such engagement may be through:

  • our social media platforms: The River-side Blog and our Twitter presence
  • exhibitions in the dedicated space on Q floor, Boole Library
  • our digital collections: Manuscripts on Irish Script on Screen and the Henebry Wax Cylinder Collection
  • playing with our collections
  • stand-alone events or events associated with exhibitions
  • seasonal guides to tie into events.

Special Collections Librarian

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Elaine Harrington
Contact:
Special Collections & Archives, UCC Library, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland
+353 (21) 490-3484
Website

Library Archivist

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Emer Twomey
Contact:
Archivist,
Special Collections & Archives,
UCC Library,
University College Cork.
+353 (21) 490-3475
Website

Archivist

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Emma Horgan
Contact:
Library Archivist,
Special Collections and Archives,
UCC Library,
University College Cork.
+353 (21) 490-3132

Opening Hours

30 December 2020- 31 January 2021: As per Irish Government direction from midnight 30 December 2020 all counties are placed on Level 5 under the Plan for Living with COVID-19. The advice is: Stay at home with certain exceptions. Please note this time frame may be extended. 

Update: 7 January 2020: Due to reduced staff presence in the Library, we are not accepting any new requests for Special Collections' items on Scan & Deliver. Existing requests will be fulfilled shortly. The Library will continue to review services throughout the coming days.

Previous appointment services in Special Collections and Archives are unavailable during Level 5.

If you have any queries relating to our collections please email specialcollectionsarchives@ucc.ie. This email address is monitored regularly.