Digital Humanities' own PhD candidate Aoife Hegarty acted as project manager for this work, Liaising between CIT, UCC, Cork City Council and UIL in Hamburg with the designers, from Cork - Think Visual27 Sep
This Thursday at UCC we celebrated the launch of the UNESCO Institute of Lifelong Learning Videos that are a result of a collaboration between Cork a UNESCO City of Learning, and UIL, the UNESCO Institute of Lifelong Learning, in Hamburg.
UCC is a proud partnere within this project team along with CIT and Cork City Council. This ongoing partnership demonstrates UCC's commitment to UNESCO's Sustainable Development Goals, the "SDGs" an ongoing commitment which is foregrounded in the university's new academic strategy for The Connected University.
Our University is committed to welcoming all members of the community and opening our doors to learners at many different stages. How better to showcase this engagement and participation than through the co-creation of these videos that will travel around the world? These videos are created to inspire many other cities to follow the example of Cork and develop their own commitment to lifelong learning, to plan for learning, to encourage accessibility to learning, to celebrate learning in all its many forms.Read more
Patrick O'Shea, President of UCC
Chris Wiliams, Head of CACSSS, UCC
Claire Connolly, Schoool of English, UCC
and Brief Tour of Boole Manuscripts by Crónán O'Doibhlin, UCC LibraryRead more
The launch in H20 labcheck/Acorn Water went really well this week.Read more
The Thomas Kent Inaugural History Symposium was launched in Fermoy on Thursday, June 7, fittingly, under the arches of Kent Bridge.Read more
UCC has been very successful in the HEA's recent Springboard+ Call for Proposals and has secured funding to offer 172 places on eight part-time programmes (level 7 to 9) across all four Colleges.Read more
Gareth William Young: Human-Computer interaction methodologies applied in the evaluation of haptic digital musical instruments22 Nov
Human-Computer interaction methodologies applied in the evaluation of haptic digital musical instrumentsRead more
The Digital Repository of Ireland will hold it's well-received day long Digital Collection Preparation training course ‘Preparing your Collection for DRI’ at UCC on 12 October, 2016 in DH Active Learning Space, 4th Floor, Food Science Building, UCC.
Taking the form of a day-long series of seminars and breakout sessions, this course is geared towards collection curators who do not have an archival background and do not have extensive experience with managing collections. However, trained archivists and experienced collection curators can find out how their skills apply to the management of collections within the Digital Repository of Ireland.Read more
Preparing and completing Digital Research: Digital Arts/Humanities PhDs and Post-Doctorates Demystified Date: Friday 7 October, 2016.21 Sep
The Digital Arts and Humanities PhD Programme (DAH) and the Trinity Long Room Hub will host a half-day symposium, entitled ‘Preparing and completing Digital Research: Digital Arts/Humanities PhDs and Post-Doctorates Demystified’, in the Arts Technology Research Lab (ATRL), at Trinity College Dublin.Read more
The inaugural UCCDH Institute for incoming postgraduates will take place in the Digital Humanities Space on Saturday September 17th 2016. We look forward to welcoming the new researchers in the MA Digital Arts and Humanities together with the incoming PhDs in DAH.
Beginning at 10.30 and continuing through the day, experienced DHers will showcase their work during an informal PhD Slam, and offer some of their insight to the incoming cohort this year.
Congratulations to DH student Kathy O'Hare who has been awarded funding under the Simon Cumbers Media Fund Student Scheme.
DAH PhD Student awarded scholarship to attend the Digital Preservation Coalition Annual Student Conference14 Jan
The scholarship to attend the Digital Preservation Coalition Annual Student Conference on 22 January has been awarded to Orla Egan. Orla is in the first year of her DAH PhD in University College Cork and her research involves the development and expansion of the Cork LGBT Archive, which she created during her MA in Digital Arts and Humanities, also in UCC.Read more
in ORB G27, presents:
Patricia O Connor (DAH PhD Candidate).Read more