MA Digital Arts and Humanities

MA in Digital Arts & Humanities - Completed 2014


  • Anna O'Donoghue  Anna worked on transmedia storytelling for her thesis - with a focus on performance and social media

  • Annmarie McIntyre  Annmarie created an interactive iDoc based on materials from the Nancy McCarthy Archive in Special Collections in the Boole Library incorporating images and audio

  • Cara Groome Travers  worked on digital cultural heritage and the concept of the historic house museum in Ireland
  • David Nelligan created 100 years late - curated a community around the website and launched a CD; 100 year old music was reimagined and replayed in a contemporary setting

  • Deirdre Bane worked on virtual learning environments creating innovative online spaces for knowledge exchange and delivery
  • Eibhlín Hegarty worked with the city library - digitising the archive of the Cork Soprano, Rita Lynch

  • Emma Donovan  created a digital archive of the WW1 diary and experiences of Stephen Grehan, from North Cork, in the Great War - images were digitised from the estate collection in the Boole Library
  • Gertrude Cotter created a website, learning environment and information nexus called Global Citizen Contact Point - her focus was on the potential to deliver international education online
  • Jessica Jones looked at 'death' in a digital context in Ireland - what happens to your virtual presence when you die?
  • Mary Colette Sheehan looked at memory, and the Great War - with a focus on a group of families and the collection of oral history from the Fermoy area
  • Tolulope Awojuola

Digital Arts & Humanities

Ealaíona Digiteacha agus Daonnachtaí

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