Presentation Open Access
This presentation by Deborah Thorpe was part of the session "Introducing the Arts and Culture in Education Research Repository" at the Open Scholarship Week 2020 organised by NUI Galway. It can be viewed at https://nuigalway.mediaspace.kaltura.com/media/Introducing+the+Arts+and+Culture+in+Research+Repository/1_qme2occv/121659351.
The introduction to the recently launched Arts and Culture in Education Research Repository (ACERR) is geared towards existing and potential digital collections researchers or curators who may be interested in depositing those collections into the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI).
Although developed for ACERR it is open to all who may be interested in depositing their work with a national platform and storing their digital collections video, audio as well as datasets and text. Groups who may be interested include researchers, academics, librarians and archivists.
Deborah Thorpe is Education and Outreach Manager for the Digital Repository of Ireland. She has published extensively in the fields of medieval studies, palaeography, and the medical humanities. She has a particular interest in the interdisciplinary humanities, especially research that creates unusual synergies between disciplinary approaches.Her most recent position prior to joining DRI was as Training and Education Officer for DARIAH-EU. Before that, she was a Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND Fellow at Trinity College Dublin’s Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute.