First DAH Institute
3-4 October 2011
Trinity College, Dublin
The first year Institute is to provide Induction and general Introduction to Arts and Humanities Research and to DAH programme. It will act as a general introduction to the history, theory, methodologies and institutions associated with arts and humanities research in general and digital arts and humanities in specific, while also emphasising team building and introducing students to key DAH personnel across the partner institutions. Institutes in later years will focus on programme integration and transferable skills.
|Day 1 Monday October 3rdVenue:
The Long Room Hub, Trinity College, Dublin 2
||Introduction & Welcome – Poul Holm
Marie Wallace (IBM)
Digital Humanities in 2011 – Susan Schreibman
Digital Arts in 2011 – Matthew Causey
||Groups Discussion – Who and where we are
Where are we going?
Introductions in Groups of 7
||Digital Project Management
Shawn Day (DHO/RIA)
Mike Cosgrave (UCC)
|Day 2 Tuesday October 4thVenue:
Arts Technology Research Laboratory (ATRL)
Located at The Trinity Technology and Enterprise Centre, Charlotte Quay at Pearse Street, Dublin 2
||DAH in Ireland Now and in the Future : Panel Discussion
Digital Humanities in Ireland – Margaret Kelleher (NUIM)
Digital Arts in Ireland – Rod Stoneman (NUIG)
|11.30 – 13.00
Putting your own stamp on the DAH Website
||Lunch (Many local choices)
||Core Module Session: Conceptual Introduction to Digital Arts & Humanities: Susan Schreibman and Matthew Causey.
Session 1: Positioning Digital Culture.
||Presentations from Industry Partners
Dr Sandra Collins – National Audio Visual Repository
Dr Ann Devitt – Authentik
Marion Dalvai – TCC Student Perspective