Humanities Doctoral Supervision Lunchtime Workshops 2014/15
‘Advances in Digital Technologies: New Possibilities and Challenges for Doctoral Supervisors’
November 10, 2014 11:30am – 2:30pm
Room G010, Ground Floor, Hardiman Research Building (HRB), NUI Galway
The second workshop of the series is hosted by the Moore Institute for Research in the Humanities and Social Studies at NUI Galway. Speakers will discuss their experience in supervising digital projects and how they manage the challenges presented to them by the advances in new digital technologies.
This workshop is part of a series of lunchtime workshops focusing on Doctoral Supervision in the Humanities subject areas. The workshops will cover topics including: career mentorship, managing the student-supervisor relationship, planning for life after the doctorate and how this can all be assisted by new technology.
The workshops are an initiative of the Humanities Institute (UCD), and are a collaboration between it and the Moore Institute (NUIG), the Institute for Collaborative Research in the Humanities (QUB) and the Royal Irish Academy. The workshops are co-ordinated by the Irish Humanities Alliance.
11:30-12:00 Registration, Tea & Coffee in the foyer of the HRB
12:00-14:00 Workshop (Presentations and Q&A Discussion) in Room GO10 HRB
14:00-14:30 Lunch in the foyer of the HRB
Prof. Daniel Carey (Chair), Director of the Moore Institute & Chair of the IHA
Dr. Orla Murphy: How the digital transforms the traditional supervisory paradigm
Lecturer in the Digital Arts and Humanities Program at UCC and in the National, inter-institutional DAH PhD program in Ireland. Orla is co-chair of the Information Visualisation working group in the NeDiMAH.eu initiative (Network for Digital Methods in the Arts and Humanities), and vice-chair of the Algorithms group in the EU COST Action Colour and Space in Cultural Heritage where she convenes the successful international Think Tank series for Early Stage Researchers.
Daniel Powell: 21st Century Dissertation/Thesis Topics
Marie Skłowdowska-Curie Fellow, King’s College London. Daniel is Project Manager of the Andrew W. Mellon funded Renaissance Knowledge Network, a major infrastructure project designed to facilitate digital discovery, analysis, and production of scholarly content related to the early modern period.
Dr Sandra Collins: The national perspective on the preservation, discovery and access to cultural data
Director, Digital Repository of Ireland. DRI is the Irish national trusted digital repository for humanities and social sciences data. Sandra is also a Funded Investigator in Insight: Ireland's National Data Analytics Research Centre and Co-PI on a large cross-disciplinary Irish Research Council project called Irish Records Linkage (IRL).
Travel bursaries will be made available to the first ten registered doctoral students, and doctoral students who are between the Viva and graduation stages, for the event. This is to enable students to travel to the workshops in the different institutions and to be part of the discussion. (Please contact email@example.com directly regarding bursaries.)
Students, supervisors, and staff from all HEIs are encouraged and welcome to attend. The event is free of charge but requires registration.
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