|Following our Realising the Opportunities of Digital Humanities event in October 2012, we released an online companion to the conference in the form of a 'media mashup'. It has videos of the speakers, slides from their presentations, and a Twitter narrative of each panel. If you missed the conference, or have been searching for that elusive URL mentioned by a speaker, you will find it all here in the Mashup.|
On Tuesday 23rd October, Sean Sherlock, TD, Minister of State, Department of Enterprise, Jobs & Innovation and Department of Education & Skills with responsibility for Research & Innovation launched our first national report, Digital Archiving in Ireland: National Survey of the Humanities and Social Sciences, co-authored by Aileen O'Carroll and Sharon Webb. The launch coincided with the first day of our workshop Realising the Opportunities of Digital Humanities.
This report is now available for download.
Citation information: O'Carroll, A. and Webb, S. (2012), Digital archiving in Ireland: national survey of the humanities and social sciences. National University of Ireland Maynooth.
|On Tuesday 23rd of October, the National Principles for Open Access Policy Statement was launched by Sean Sherlock, TD, Minister of State, Department of Enterprise, Jobs & Innovation and Department of Education & Skills, at our Realising the Opportunities of Digital Humanities workshop. The statement was prepared by the National Steering Committee on Open Access Policy, of which the DRI is a member. The committee is working in partnership to coordinate activities and to combine expertise at a national level to promote unrestricted, online access to outputs which result from research that is wholly or partially funded by the State.|