This collection consists of articles photocopied
from the Irish Times from 1985 onwards. Individual buildings, streets,
towns and topics such as conservation, transport, urban renewal and interpretative
centres are covered. Each subject file is indexed on PADDI.
This is an-house system indexing the journals
Irish Architect, Plan, Archaeology Ireland, Irish Planning and Environmental
Law Journal, Irish Construction Industry as well as important works by
writers such as Craig and annuals published by the RIAI. It is an invaluable
resource for information on historical and recent Irish architecture alike.
Archinfo has access to over 1000 databases
via computerised networking. Each database consists of references to journal
articles, books, reports, conference proceedings, etc. on a vast array
of subjects. For search speed, accuracy, flexibility and comprehensiveness
this is the preferred way of locating information and entails what is
known as an "on-line search".
Videos are available to view in the Architecture
Library, but may not be borrowed, a current list of videos is available
on request. Full details of 15,000 slides are contained on a computerised
database which can be searched to find specific images. Slides are available
for Archinfo members to borrow free of charge.
These are published by RIBA and the Avery
Architectural and Fine Arts Library of Columbia University respectively.
They index over 1000 current journals from around the world by architect,
building name, building type, location and subject.
This is produced by the London Research
Centre and includes the two databases Acompline and Urbaline which cover
the following subject areas: urban and regional planning, environmental
issues, leisure and recreation, housing and social policy. There is a
UK emphasis and material is indexed from books, journal articles, newspapers
and local government publications.
This contains the full text
of Irish Acts and Statutory Instruments published between 1922 - 1998.
Click on http://www.irlgov.ie/ag
to enter this site and search the database.