24 March 2010 - The DHO is pleased to offer a three-day series of workshops in collaboration with the Moore Institute, NUI, Galway. These are designed for anyone interested in the future of humanities research. They will greatly benefit scholars working with textual sources, providing you with the opportunity and the skills to think about text in new and useful ways.
'Text Encoding with the TEI' will offer two concurrent workshop strands in text encoding for both beginners and more advanced practitioners. These two-day courses entitled ‘From Text Encoding to Digital Publishing’ and ‘TEI for Handwritten Texts’ will run on Wednesday, 7th and Thursday, 8th April.
‘Using Digital Resources for Research and Teaching in Irish Studies’, which will take place on Friday, 9th April, will offer two half-day sessions. will offer two half-day sessions. These will explore ways to utilize the wide variety of digital resources now available to the field of Irish Studies. Participants may register for one or both of the sessions.
As Easter is fast approaching, we will close registration for the above workshops on Tuesday, 30th March. These workshops are free and open to all members of HSIS institutions, although places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. To register, and for more information on the events, please visit the respective event pages linked above and register as soon as possible.