30 August 2013
As of August 30, 2013, the activities of Digital Humanities Observatory (DHO) have ceased.
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The Digital Humanities Observatory (DHO) was an all-island digital humanities collaboratory working with Humanities Serving Irish Society (HSIS), national, European, and international partners to further e-scholarship. The DHO was a knowledge resource providing outreach and education on a broad range of digital humanities topics. It provided data management, curation, and discovery services supporting the long-term access to, and greater exploitation of, digital resources in the creation of new models, methodologies and paradigms for 21st-century scholarship.
As of August 30, 2013, the activities of Digital Humanities Observatory have ceased. The DHO staff of prepared a statement in relation to the cessation of the project.
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