At the final day of the 2013 DAH Institute in Derry, students of the Digital Arts and Humanities PhD Program collaborated to write a short statement about who they are, where they have been and are going, and how they conceive of themselves as a group of Digital Artists and Digital Humanists. The resulting document was edited by two members of the group (Mary Galvin and Kieran Nolan), opened to the group for further comment, and then chiseled into its final form.
It is a short statement of mutual agreement and understanding: The DAH Compact.
— DigitalArtsHum (@dahphd) September 13, 2013
DAH Powerpoint Template
Materials from the DAH Symposium
8-9 February 2012, NUI Maynooth
- Reading for Day 2: Draft: Humanities Spring Manifesto
- Supporting: Presentation
- Means of Engagement in the Digital Humanities Community
Presentations from the Digital Arts and Humanities Institute
3-4 October 2011, Trinity College, Dublin
- Presentation: Digital Project Management Success: Vision + Execution
- Software Resources:
- Presentation: DAH Web Workshop 4 October 2011