On Tuesday December 6th, "Frongoch and 1916: Recreating a Lost Landscape was officially launched in the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks
Digital Repository of Ireland
On Tuesday 6th December at 12:00pm the Digital Repository of Ireland will launch the Frongoch exhibitions at Collins Barracks, National Museum of Ireland.
DRI in collaboration with the DAH Programme, is offering scholarships to attend the DPASSH 2017 conference, which will take place 14-15 June 2017 at the University of Sussex, Brighton.
DRI has become a member of the Hydra Project, an open-source digital repository software product.
The Digital Arts and Humanities (DAH) PhD Digital Conference took place on Friday 18th November, featuring keynote speakers and panels on the theme 'Digital entanglements: the post-digital present'
A blog post by DRI Policy Manager Aileen O'Carroll, examining the challenges to protecting sensitive research data brought up by the Boston College case.
The Near Archive, a digital audio archive of community radio, is now available to the public.
The Digital Repository of Ireland Hydra Application has been published on the online code repository GitHub.
The Digital Arts and Humanities Digital Conference, taking place on Friday 18 November, is open to free registration. The full extended conference programme has also been published.
An article about our new Frongoch project has been published in Irish Geneology News