Leitrim County Library Service provides access to a range of online services. Some services may also be accessed from home.
Contact your local library.
New Online Services available:
Irish public libraries are providing their users with an enhanced range of online services comprising:
e-books e-audio books
e-magazines/journals online languages
e-learning courses online newspapers
You can access these services through your local library website or through the national portal.
E-books and e-audiobooks service now available
Digital Magazines - Zinio for Libraries
A service from Zinio for Libraries which offers access to full-colour, interactive digital magazines.Please register for this service as follows:
Click on create new account - use your library barcode and complete the registration form.
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This service is provided for the public library service by Universal Class which offers patrons a unique online education experience. There are over 400 courses available.
Please register for this service by using your library barcode and by completing the registration form.
Mango Languages is an online language learning resource that teaches real conversations in over 70 foreign languages. With free mobile apps, and language learning through film, you can begin your language learning journeys here - for free.
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Library members can search and reserve books, using our
online library catalogue.
If you would like further information, please contact your local branch
or email email@example.com
Log in to your library account online and access the following services:
Check when an item is due back, and Renew Online.
From here, you will also be able to:
- view and modify holds
- view fines
- create and manage lists
- opt in/out of Reading History
- edit account details
- opt in for SMS notices
- edit your PIN
Irish News Archives
This is the world's largest online database for Irish Newspapers. You can search, retrieve and view Ireland's past exactly as it was originally published. Archive ranges from 1700s to present. Some examples of papers you can search include the Leitrim Observer, the Anglo Celt and the Irish Independent.
All of the following resources may be accessed free of charge at your local library.
Ask about Ireland
Ireland's largest local studies resource.
Irish Times Digital Archive
Exact reproductions of all articles published by the Irish Times from 1859 onwards.
A valuable resource for researchers, with numerous Irish Journals in art, humanities and science from the 1700s to the present.
The primary genealogical source for 19th century Ireland.
Historic Ordnance Survey Maps
Archive of historic Ordnance Survey maps and Lewis' Topographical Dictionary.