THE ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY IS IRELAND'S LEADING BODY OF EXPERTS IN THE SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES
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Have any stories of successful PRTLI projects or graduates from the Atlantic funding period? DRI oral historian Bláithín Ní Chatháin would like your help with the ongoing research.
Public lecture by Sara Day Thomson of the Digital Preservation Coalition.
Building on DRI's mission to preserve and provide sustained access to Ireland’s digital heritage.
The scheme aims to make long-term preservation of digital materials possible for low or no-income organisations
Working with data in the humanities? Consider contributing to the ALLEA e-Humanities draft recommendations.
The 15th edition of the International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC) will be run by the Digital Curation Centre in partnership with the Digital Repository of Ireland.
Digital Repository of Ireland invite early career researchers to apply for a new annual Research Award worth €500.
The digital archive of the Together for Yes campaign will be preserved in the Digital Repository of Ireland following the organisation joining as Members.
DRI are delighted to announce that Cork LGBT Archive are the winners of the first DRI Community Archives Scheme.
The Digital Repository of Ireland are delighted to announce Trinity College Dublin, the National Archives, National University of Ireland, Galway and the National College of Art & Design / National Irish Visual Arts...