Slides and handout from a recent DRI Members' workshop on Open Refine
Digital Repository of Ireland
DRI Members Dublin City Library and Archive have published a new collection: the Royal Dublin Fusiliers Association Archive.
The Digital Repository of Ireland is launching an Early Career Research Award This Award is open to early career researchers i.e. masters students, or those awarded a masters within the last two years, PhD students or those awarded a PhD within the last 5 years in the areas of arts, humanities, social sciences and digital humanities.
DRI are pleased to present a specialist half-day workshop in using Open Refine to process and clean metadata and transfer it to machine-readable formats such as XML.
The Library of Trinity College Dublin are seeking applications for the post of Digital Content Creation Manager.
The Library of the Oireachtas has joined the Digital Repository of Ireland as a new member
The Digital Preservation Coalition, of which DRI is a member, has published a series of 'Topical Notes' on Digital Preservation that outline the basics (and not so basics) of various aspects of digital preservation.
As of August 2018, the Digital Repository of Ireland has officially become a Research Data Alliance organisational member. The DRI director, Dr. Natalie Harrower, will be representing DRI on the Organisational Assembly.
The Royal Irish Academy Publications department has added an interesting new collection to the DRI. 'Debating austerity in Ireland: crisis, experience and recovery' is a collection of papers by leading national and international experts from across the social sciences, made available on open access to mark the tenth anniversary of the 2008 Irish bank guarantee.