Registration for Hilary Term 2022 Digital Tools and Technologies Workshops now open!

The Digital Tools and Technologies workshops for the Hilary Term 2022 are now open for registration.  The workshops will take place every two weeks, running from Weds 16th Feb to Weds 30th March inclusive.  This term, the topics will cover legal and ethical issues in data-scraping, training machines in transcribing Read More …

SAVE THE DATE! Digital Tools and Technologies workshops for Hilary Term 2022

The dates and topics for the Digital Tools and Technologies workshops from the Centre for Digital Humanities are now available.  These workshops will take part in Hilary Term 2022, and continue the Centre’s series of free workshops for the wider DH community within TCD and beyond.

Using Europeana content to investigate Population Displacement

As part of the Europeana Cloud Project, the team at TCD (comprising Dr. Jennifer Edmond and Vicky Garnett) have been part of a group investigating user requirements.  Part of this work over the past few months has involved looking into potential topics for research, and how Europeana might help to Read More …

TRAIRC one-day symposium “What can ‘the digital’ do for architecture + its history, in Ireland?”

23rd January 2015 Trinity Long Room Hub This day-long symposium brings together researchers and practitioners in the fields of architectural history, education and technology, folklore, architectural practice, archives, visualisation and multimedia, heritage studies and cultural tourism. The rationale for the event comes out of the need to disseminate new research into and knowledge Read More …

CULTURA allows users to personalise history at Discover Research Night 2014

Following from their success at the 2013 Discover Research Dublin night, the team behind the ‘CULTURA’ project (CULTivating Understanding and Research through Adaptivity) will once again be throwing open their doors to the public allowing users to ‘personalise’ their experience of Irish history on 26th September 2014.