Dublin eLearning Summer School 2016 will take place in the Dublin Institute of Technology, Bolton Street Campus, Dublin 1 from 22 June to 24 June.
One of DIT’s most historic buildings, Bolton Street was specifically designed and built for technical and technological education in 1911, on the site of what was once the European Hotel. Since then and up to the present day, it has been a centre of leading edge technological education in the College of Engineering and Built Environment. Located in Dublin’s north inner-city, Bolton Street is within minutes of shopping areas in Henry Street and Parnell Street, as well as the old city markets and the newly-refurbished Smithfield. Bolton Street and Linenhall, its sister building across the road, are home to students of architecture, mechanical and civil engineering, environmental planning and construction, from apprentice to postgraduate levels.
Car parking is available at the Parnell Street car park and at the Ilac Shopping Centre (both within a few minutes walking distance).
DIT Bolton St is approximately 10 minutes walk from the LUAS stops (red line) at Jervis and Abbey Street. (See http://www.luas.ie/.)
DIT Bolton Street is serviced by a number of bus routes: see the Dublin Bus Journey Planner for further information. Real time information as to when the next bus will arrive at your stop is available from RTPI.ie: just find your local bus stop using the map and click on it to find out when the next buses will be arriving.
DIT Bolton Street is approximately 15 minutes walk from Connolly Station. To get to Bolton Street, cross the road onto Talbot Street, keep walking until you reach the spire, continue across O’Connell Street onto Henry Street and walk all the way to the end, at Penneys turn right and walk towards the cinema, turn left and follow the road around the side of the cinema until you reach the front of Bolton Street.
Walking and Cycling
To check the fastest routes for walking or cycling to Bolton Street there is a new journey planner at Hit the Road.ie You will be provided with a number of routes to get you to your destination using various combinations of transport modes including the shortest possible route; the estimated time for your journey; and even the reduction in your carbon emissions!