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Nowlan Digitisation Grants

Carysfort College Registers, 1883-1922

04 August 2022

The concept for the project proposal was to digitise the Carysfort College Registers, 1883-1922, and draw on the registers for analysis in research outputs (papers/presentations).

Deirdre Raftery Download

Nowlan Digitisation Grants Awarded 2022

30 June 2022

Please click download to view a list of the most recent Nowlan Digisation Grants  awarded. Individual reports will be published here in 2023

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St. Kieran's College, Kilkenny, Class Portraits and Student Records Digitisation Project 2021

27 April 2022

The surviving class portraits and student records of St. Kieran’s College Kilkenny were identified, digitised and ingested into the Clericus database 

Richard Fitzpatrick Download

A Digital Corpus of Medieval Irish Latinate Inscriptions

11 April 2022

The grant has allowed the project researcher Dr Nora White and the project director Prof David Stifter to initiate the Early Medieval Irish Latinate Inscriptions (EMILI) database.

David Stifter Download

Nowlan Digitisation Grants Awarded 2021

23 March 2021

Please click download to view a list of the most recent Nowlan Digisation Grants awarded. Individual reports will be published here in 2022.

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