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What is 'data stewardship' and who specifically, are these data stewards? A new DRI blog post looks at data stewardship and the past, present and future of data stewardship in Ireland
IRC and AHRC Announce Winners of the UK-Ireland Collaboration in the Digital Humanities Research GrantsFriday, 6 August 2021
The Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) is pleased to be a collaborator on three of the projects funded by the UK-Ireland Collaboration in the Digital Humanities Research Grants.
The Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) recently became a member of the National Women’s Council of Ireland (NWC).
Throughout 2021, the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) has been running informal Coffee Mornings on the last Wednesday of every month. Our new blog series develops themes from the Coffee Mornings.
Throughout 2021, the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) has been expanding collaborations with other institutions, broadening our networks, and developing partnerships.
To encourage depositors to make social sciences and historical data open, the DRI signed up to support the Open COVID Pledge. As a practical step, DRI has also added an Open COVID Licence as an additional licence option...
DARIAH-EU and the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) are thrilled to announce that the first thematic collection in a series of webinars from the DRI is now available on the DARIAH-Campus website
We are pleased to announce that the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences (CACSSS) at University College Cork (UCC), in collaboration with UCC Library, have joined the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI).
DRI is pleased to share news of a new collection published in the Repository: ‘Dublin-based Community Films by Joe Lee’.
The Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) is delighted to announce that An Post Museum and Archive has joined as our latest member.