Faoi choimirce Oideas Gael a foilsíodh roinnt saothar atá curtha in eagar ag an Ollamh Seosamh Watson: cuireadh Oidhreacht Ghleann Cholm
Cille i gcló mar chuid d’imeachtaí Oireachtas na Gaeilge i nGleann Cholm Cille i 1989 agus Oideas Gael: 25 BliainFaoi
Bhláth mar chuid de cheiliúradh 25 bliain na h-eagraíochta i 2009.
Ghleann Cholm Cille (eag. Breandán Mac Suibhne) ar fáil uainn, chomh maith leis an chúrsa úrnua Gaeilge le haghaidh tosaitheoirí leis an Dr Eithne Ní Ghallchobhair website: www.enjoyirish.ie.
Gael has published a number of books including Oidhreacht Ghleann Cholm Cille, edited by Professor Seosamh Watson, including one of our recent publications,
Oideas Gael: 25 Bliain faoi Bhláth, celebrating twenty-five years of Oideas Gael’s achievements. Also available is Guidebook to Gleann Cholm Cille (ed. Breandán Mac Suibhne), a full-colour, bilingual publication which received the National
Heritage Council Award in 1998. Enjoy Irish, by Dr Eithne Ní Ghallchobhair, a book with accompanying CD for beginners in the Irish Language,
is our most recent publication and can be viewed at www.enjoyirish.ie.
its founding, Oideas Gael has grown from offering
one course in 1984 to its present-day varied schedule,
attracting hundreds of participants to take part
in its highly acclaimed language courses for adults
and Irish activity holiday cultural programmes each
year. Irish people, drawn from all backgrounds, constitute
up to half of those attending, while the remainder
travel from many other parts of the world especially
unique blend of expertly prepared language courses
and an attractive mix of cultural sessions enables
adult learners to improve their fluency in Irish,
while at the same time enjoying the living culture
of our Gaeltacht community. As an alternative to
the graded language courses, a broad range of cultural
activity programmes is offered to participants
interested in experiencing a unique style of learning
in an Irish activity holiday.