For those who attended the digital humanities workshop at ACIS-CAIS 2014 on June 11th, or for those who could not make it, below you will find a list of some of the resources and links raised at the sessions. If participants see anything I’ve left out, please feel free to contact Nicholas Wolf (email@example.com) and we’ll get those items added right away. Do keep in touch as we approach the deadline for next year’s conference and as we consider next steps for useful workshops and the future of DH at ACIS.
Many thanks to all participants for suggesting topics, leading discussions, and helping to make the day a success. And many thanks again to the UCD Humanities Institute for its support of the workshop, and to Malcolm, Valerie, Tony, Gerardine, and Niall for all of their help in assisting with logistics.
Using web Content Management Systems (CMS) to build online projects and to teach
Digital Humanities Observatory: Discovery
Published Works of Eilís Dillon
Foclóir Stairúil na Nua-Ghaeilge Online Archive of Irish Language Texts
Leaving, Crossing, Arriving (Visualization of Immigrant Letters)
Quick and practical spatial data visualizations using Google Fusion, desktop version of Google Earth
Managing DH projects; social media applications in DH project promotion
Caroline McGee, Department of History of Art and Architecture, TCD: Gothic Past Visual Archive (PDF version)
On Omeka.org vs. Omeka.net
Digital imaging for newbies
Intro to Dublin Core metadata
DH and the classroom; digital pedagogy
Data management tools for teaching and research
Digital editions and digital publishing
NOTE: If somebody has links or content for this session, please pass them along.
Breac: A Digital Journal of Irish Studies
Novel Networks, with Karen Wade of the UCD Humanities Institute