Call for Participation: Expert Workshop on Topic Models and Corpus Analysis Organised by DARIAH Text and Data Analytics Working Group (TDA-WG, formerly: NLP-WG) December 14th (full-day) and 15th (half-day) 2015 ADAPT Centre Dublin City University, Glasnevin, Dublin 9 Ireland With the increasing availability of large digital text resources, quantitative methods of analysis have found their way into … [Read more…]
PhD in Digital Arts & Humanities Call for Applications NUI Galway invites applications for a four-year scholarship in the Digital Arts & Humanities structured PhD programme, to commence in January 2016. The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 30 October 2015. Click here to read / download more information.
Following the DARIAH Ireland launch in May 2015, here is a selection of photos from the event, highlighting the diverse range of speakers and research presented that day.
If you were unable to attend the DARIAH-IE launch, read through the many tweets published throughout the day to get a glimpse of the knowledge shared by participants.
The official launch event will be held on Monday 18 May 2015 at Maynooth University and will feature Jerome McGann as keynote.
The 23rd Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization – UMAP – will be held at Trinity College in Dublin from the 29th June to 3rd July.
The purpose of the survey is to determine how researchers and scholars across Europe use digital resources, methods, and tools.
The conference, hosted by the Digital Repository of Ireland, invites submissions from academic researchers, students, cultural heritage institutions, and other preservation organizations.
Located at Maynooth University, the research institute is especially interested in Fellows working in the digital humanities.
The National Library of Ireland (NLI) is embarking on its most ambitious digitization project to date: making its entire collection of Irish Catholic parish registers available online by summer 2015. The registers, which will be freely accessible to the public, are considered “the single most important source of information on Irish family history prior to … [Read more…]