Richard Dowden Collection

This research project will take the form of a case-study, exploring the task of bringing Special Collections from a local archive to a broader public attention, using digital tools and methods. The purpose of this research inquiry is to make a thorough investigation into the system and method of researching local archive materials, using digital methods and tools to present …

Dr Donna Alexander

Donna Maria Alexander is the DARIAH Ireland postdoctoral researcher with digital arts and humanities in University College Cork as part of a project that explores the ways in which digital literacies are/can be embedded in HEIs. Previous to this she lectured in in the School of English, Department of SPLAS, and the Digital Arts and Humanities programme in UCC. She …

New DAH Active Learning Space Now Open

After months (and years) of anticipation, planning and careful design, the new Active Learning Space is already in wide use by members the Digital Arts and Humanities community at UCC. The new space provides a dedicated high-tech, flexible space for delivery of lectures, workshops and seminars. It offers informal group space and dedicated digitisation facilities for a wide variety of DAH …

Gavin Russell

Gavin Russell has been a lecturer in Computer Science, University College, Cork, Ireland since 1997. Before joining the university, he consulted in the Web Publishing, electronic commerce and Internet services sectors. His main research interests include: Web Based Learning, Interactive Multimedia on the World Wide Web and Secure Internet Payment Systems. He received an M.Sc. in Multimedia Technology in 2000

David Murphy

My research interests are in the areas of Interactive 3D Simulation, Serious Games, Cognitive Ergonomics, and Spatial Sound. In 2005 I setup the Interactive Multimedia Lab (IMCLab) in conjunction with colleagues from the Department of Surgery, UCC. This was the culmination of several years of working with individuals in the College of Medicine and Health on medical informatics projects. This …

Professor Brendan Dooley

Professor of Renaissance Studies at University College Cork, works on the histories of culture and knowledge with reference to Europe and especially to Italy and the Mediterranean world. He has published extensively on topics relating to intellectual life, institutions and patronage structures from 1500-1800. Partly by background, partly by inclination, he is particularly drawn to topics regarding transition, transmission and …

Das Korrespondenznetzwerk des Erasmus von Rotterdam

Christoph Kudella presents Republic of letters, humanism; networks of correspondence; linked data; renaissance history – More info: http://historicalnetworkresearch.org/researchers/christoph-kudella/

The John O’Donovan Archive

Perry O’Donovan presents an ambitious and vast digital project. It has clearly been in gestation for a substantial period of time and the MA DAH programme offered an opportunity to give it a kickstart and to provide the researcher with an impetus to deliver a superb digital artefact. The John O’Donovan Archive seeks to gather together materials relating to the life and times …

The Branding of Me

Maeve Ahern asks asserts that we are surrounded by brands, more so now than ever. Brands are a huge undertaking to maintain in today’s digital world. With so many platforms available for brands to enter, social media has revolutionized the way brands communicate with its target market. The way Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest and many more, has helped brands …