DSS Workshop Four – Scoping DH Projects, Managing Data and Documenting Work

Instructor: Prof. Jennifer Edmond Date: 28th October 2020 Time: 12:00-15:00 In this workshop, Prof Edmond will be introduce key success factors for planning, delivering and closing a digital project.  Participants will learn about best practices in, as well as pragmatic tips and tricks for, such key topics as: building collaborations, Read More …

DSS Workshop Three – Data Visualisation via Geographic Information Systems

Date: 21st October 2020 Time: 12:00-15:00 The ‘spatial turn’ in the humanities in recent years has seen an upswing in the application of tools based on geospatial principles as more humanities scholars turn to software such as GIS to visualise and explore spatial data within their work.  QGIS, a free open-source Read More …

DSS Workshop One – Working with Texts in the Digital Age: Digital Scholarly Editing and TEI

Date: 7th October 2020 Time: 12:00-15:00 This workshop is designed to introduce participants to the theories, practices and methods for encoding digital text in the Humanities.  It provides an introduction to markup languages, XML, the infrastructure of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Guidelines, and the encoding of common textual phenomena.  Read More …

DH@TCD October 2020 Newsletter

With details of the Michaelmas Term workshop series, an opportunity to join the DH@TCD Steering Committee as the Postgraduate Student Representative, information on the month’s IT Research Clinic, 2 new job postings, and more, the October issue of the DH@TCD Newsletter is available to read here: https://mailchi.mp/954ee1964e38/dhtcd-october-2020-newsletter 

Four Trinity Researchers Receive Funding as Part of UK-Ireland Collaboration in Digital Humanities Programme

We are delighted to announce that 4 TCD-based researchers have received funding as part of a ground-breaking joint call between the Irish Research Council (IRC) and UKRI’s Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) supporting new collaborations between Ireland-based and UK-based researchers working within the field of Digital Humanities. The success Read More …