Context and Relationships: Ireland and Irish Studies
Everyone is necessarily concerned
with the context and relationships of what they study: the what, where, when,
who, why and how. This project will demonstrate how auxiliary resources can
be made more readily available in a demonstration project using Irish Studies
Partners include the Celtic Studies Program and The Emma Goldman Papers project at UC, Berkeley, and the Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis at Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Funded in part by the Advancing Knowledge program of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Institute of Museum and Library Services, award number PK-50027-07, Oct 2007 - Dec 2010.
This project builds on Support for the Learner: What, Where, When, and Who and Bringing Lives to Light: Biography in Context
Prototypes and Demonstrations
Proposal Summary (PDF) | Proposal Narrative (PDF) | Project Diagram (PDF) | Project Final Report 2011 (PDF)
Principal Investigators: Michael Buckland; Fredric Gey; and Daniel Melia.
Others: Barry Pateman, Paul Ell, Ray Larson, Deirdre Wildy, Jeanette Zerneke, and Kimberly Carl
15 November, 2007 - UC Berkeley NewsCenter
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