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 of historian and textual scholar John O’Donovan (1806-61) — Seán Ó Donnabháin in Irish — for the purpose re-presenting (and re-assessing) them in this, the early 21st century.
Sound Studies and Musicology
@dhawards Most definitely, great way to raise the profile of Digital Humanities. #UCCDH
#uccdh #jobfairy #digitalarchives
Job opportunity for a digital archivist in the Discovery Programme.
Short term contract.
Closing date 1pm on 4 January 2019
Further details at https://t.co/UlNFwGLDKN
Really? Some of our students like it, but a significant minority find it opaque and impenetrable. #uccdh “Its straightforward syntax and use of indented spaces make it easy to learn, read and share”
Python is becoming the world’s most popular coding language https://t.co/9uD1PrmUN3
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For @ICRC, engaging with people living in warzones is a must. Except when this creates digital trails that can put them at risk.
Find out more about the humanitarian metadata problem in our report with @privacyint here. #MetadataMatters https://t.co/QZhmkYJ5z6