HEAnet, Ireland's national education and research network, holds its annual National Conference this year in Galway from 9-11 November 2016.
The RDA 8th Plenary will take place in Denver, Colorado, from 15-17 September
The DAH Digital Conference 2016 will take place in Trinity College Dublin on Friday 18 November 2016.
‘Versioning Cultural Objects: Concepts, Structures and Expressions' will take place from 1-2 December 2016 at An Foras Feasa, Maynooth University.
The DCH2017 conference will take place in Berlin in 2017
DRI is co-organising two events in the Digital Humanities 2016 conference in Poland.
DRI, under the aegis of the ALLEA e-Humanities Working Group and the Royal Irish Academy (RIA), is co-organising a two-day Open Science event with The Health Research Board (HRB).
DRI Policy Manager Aileen O'Carroll participating in research data workshop.
The 11th International Conference on Open Repositories, OR2016, will be held on June 13th-16th, 2016 in Trinity College Dublin
A major conference highlighting the importance of preserving audiovisual archives took place in Dublin in June.
An Foras Feasa is running a Masterclass on ‘Multimodal Engagements with Cultural Heritage’ in September
The third seminar of the DRI Collection Preparation Training course takes place on May 11th, 2016.
A half-day seminar entitled 'Memory in a digital age: collecting, accessing and forgetting' will take place in Trinity College Dublin on Thursday next 14th of April.
The third seminar of the DRI Training series 'Preparing Your Collection for DRI' takes place in on April 15th, 2016.
The second international Inspiring Ireland collection day takes place in New York on April 17th.
The first international Inspiring Ireland collection day takes place in London on March 19th.
The second seminar of the DRI Collection Preparation Training course takes place on March 15th, 2016.
DRI are delighted to announce our next DRI Training Series 'Preparing Your Collection for DRI'.
Lunchtime lecture by John Cox, University Librarian at National University of Ireland, Galway.
DRI Training 2016: course in Preparing Your Collection for DRI taking place between February and May 2016
Webinar hosted by Digital Preservation Coalition introducing PERICLES project.
**UPDATE: This event is now fully booked up**
A seminar exploring little-known archival sources relating to 1916.
Official launch of Inspiring Ireland 1916 'Weaving Public & Private Narratives'.
Talks by representatives of projects involved with the digitisation of Irish and Scottish Gàidhlig language materials and related folklore and cultural documents.
The public launch in Cork of the Letters of 1916 project will take place on Thursday 26 November.
Exploring the potential of digital technology in the interpretation of the past.
The public launch in Galway of the Letters of 1916 project will take place on Monday 16 November.
This course provides an overview of metadata for beginners.
Invited contributors will have their 1916 memorabilia digitised at first Inspiring Ireland collection day.
Ireland’s first ever National Digital Week will take place from November 3-8 in Skibbereen, West Cork.
The 2015 Institute of the Digital Arts and Humanities Structured PhD will take place on 23 October, featuring speakers and workshops on the theme of 'Networks: connection to the future'.
This half-day symposium will explore the current challenges faced by scholars whose research is mediated, as well as displaced, by digital technology.
This course provides an overview of metadata for beginners.
RDA's sixth plenary takes place in Paris this September. DRI is an active partner in RDA and hosted the third plenary in Dublin in March 2014.
Videos from conference presentations now online.
The Digital Arts and Humanities PhD Strucuted Programme are pleased to welcome Dr Eoin O'Dell to the Royal Irish Academy to discuss all things "copyright" for the digital arts and humanities. The abstract for this lunch time lecture is below but Eoin is happy to speak to any questions that you may have so please send these along prior to the event.
Abstract: Copyright functions both to enable and to curtail the development of digital arts and humanities. On the one hand, it incentivizes and rewards the creation of original literary, dramatic, musical or artistic works, sound recordings, films, and so on. On the other hand, by protecting such works, it precludes derivative works and downstream innovation. This talk will look at the extent to which copyright legislation in Ireland and Europe achieves an appropriate balance between these two competing ends, and at whether currently mooted reform proposals are likely to improve that balance.
THE CITIZEN - NEGOTIATING LIFE IN THE DIGITAL WORLD
DRI is co-organising with TCD a DBpedia community meeting in Dublin on the 9th Feb 2015, at the Trinity College Dublin Long Room Hub.
This is a free info day for users and developers of DBpedia, but users must register in advance.
After the success of the first two DBpedia Community Meetings in Amsterdam and Leipzig with more than 70 international participants, this third edition takes place in Dublin. The meeting will have a special focus on DBpedia in Digital Humanities, the bootstrapping of an Irish Language DBpedia Community and the new structure of the DBpedia Association.
Dr. Sandra Collins, Director of DRI, will speak at the event.
For more information and to register, see: http://wiki.dbpedia.org/meetings/Dublin2015
Registration is first-come first-served and closes Monday Nov 3 at 5pm.
A free public lecture by Professor Jon Oberlander on the theme of big data and digital humanities
Friday September 12 The Friends of the National Collections of Ireland are holding a one day workshop
A free public lecture by Professor Peter Turchin
*Pre-registration online for this event closes Thursday 26th June but you can still register on arrival (with cards, no cash) Friday morning.
March 26-28, 2014
Free public talk on Creative Commons
#MedHumRIA: A free one-day symposium on the Medical Humanities in Ireland
Registration is now closed.
Can't make it? Follow the event hashtag: #DPC_GetStarted
Our colleagues at HuJo (the Digital Humanities and Journalism Group at NUIG) are hosting a lunchtime seminar
Officially launched on 10th Sept 2013!
Discover Research Dublin: a city centre event by TCD and the RIA
A lunchtime talk by Bill Thompson of the BBC
DIT Aungier St. is hosting the fourth European Drupal Developer Days
Our partners at NUI Maynooth are holding their popular 'Digitisation in a Day' course on June 19. During this one-day hands-on course, you'll work on an actual digitisation project from start to finish, and gain valuable experience about planning, workflow and resource requirements that will prepare you to engage in your own digital humanities projects. For more information, download the event flyer. Places are limited.
#OAdata Data being made available online is growing at a rate of 50% per annum, and this
The Digital Repository of Ireland is honoured to be organising ALLEA's
DRI and TCD are hosting HydraCamp 2013, on April 8th -12th, 2013...
The most up-to-date information on EDF2013 in Dublin...
Our friends at CENDARI are hosting a summer school in beautiful Florence...
Following the booked-out sucesss of the workshop on Dec 13, our partners at An Foras Feasa, NUIM, are again offering "Digitisation in a Day." This one day, hands-on, workshop will provide an opportunity for participants to become involved in the digitisation of a real-world guestbook while working with a team experienced in digital humanities and design methodologies, theories and practice. For more information, see the workshop flyer.
Dr Sandra Collins, the Director of the DRI, was invited...
DRI partner IQDA presents a keynote address and wine reception by Professor Simon Duncan, Professor of Comparative Social Policy at the University of Bradford. The title of the talk is "Family change, bricolage and institutional leakage," and it will take place at 5:30pm on Tues 11th December at Renehen Hall, South Campus, NUI Maynooth. For details and to register, see the invitation.
The final AFF Digital Humanities Research Seminar for this semester will be delivered by Dr Justin Tonra, Irish Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow, The Moore Institute, NUI Galway on Wednesday 05 December 2012. The title of the seminar is 'Forcing serendipity: computing and literary criticism' and it will be held at the usual time of 3pm in the Seminar Room at An Foras Feasa. All are very welcome to attend.