A unique and valuable collection of Irish cultural documents has been brought to the attention of the Irish Folklore Committee and held by the Folklore Collection, UCD. However, it also highlights the commitment to preserving and promoting Irish culture through its outstanding heritage stock and outstanding educational and research activities. The Register was established to recognize documentary heritage considered by experts to be of outstanding significance to world culture. So far only one other Irish entry has been identified in the register, and that addition to the register includes documents and collections from around the world.
Including the Magna Carta, Anne Frank's Diary Latest Mailing Database and the Bayeux Tapestry. Unique audio and film recordings, manuscripts and printed materials cover many aspects of human work, from material culture to oral literature, language and artistic expression. A range of archival material from the series can be viewed at ú and . Collecting Folklore: The Work of the Irish Folklore Commission, Photo Collection, . The Minister of State announced that ongoing work on the ú project will continue: I recently had the pleasure of launching a new ú website, as well as the latest collection, photo collection.
Know that the photo collection is very popular, it provides Ireland's rich and varied heritage and thousands of photos from all over the country, very popular, people from the UK, USA, Australia and Canada and many other countries, use it. ú The project is the result of a partnership established between the Irish Folklore Collection, the Digital Library and, through the Irish Language Teaching and Learning Unit. ú won the Spider Award ú Awards Digital Humanities team event live that night. These are Ireland and Northern Ireland's most prestigious digital technology awards, honoring companies and community organizations that demonstrate creativity and innovation online.