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Well done for completing this course on the History of the Book in the Early Modern Period. Thank you for taking part and we hope you have enjoyed it.

  • If the course has inspired you to visit the old library of Trinity College, you can find out more information here.

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  • The Edward Worth library also welcomes visitors, and you can learn about visiting times here.

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We would like to thank the following for making this MOOC possible: The Librarian of Trinity College Dublin, Ms Helen Shenton and the Head of Research Collections, TCD, Ms Laura Shanahan; the Trustees of the Edward Worth Library, Dublin; the staff of Early Printed Books, TCD (in particular Dr Lydia Ferguson); the staff of DRIS, TCD; the staff of Trinity Online Services CLG (in particular Dr Silvia Gallagher and Will Fox); and finally, Mr Antoine Mac Gaoithín, Library Assistant of the Edward Worth Library, Dublin.

Trinity College Dublin also offers other free online courses in a range of different subjects including the Book of Kells and more.

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