Archives & Data Infrastructures
At Maynooth University, we have taken a leading role in the development of research data infrastructures of national importance with respect to social, spatial and cultural data and analysis. These infrastructures include the All-Island Research Observatory (AIRO), the Irish Qualitative Data Archive (IQDA), the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI), and Dublinked.
Driven by Maynooth University scholars across multiple disciplines, these projects involve fundamental research into how such data infrastructures are built, and made available to academia, state agencies, industry and the general public.
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Archive casts a very human eye on what was one of the late 20th Century’s most troubling geopolitical issues
Dublin’s Local Authorities and Maynooth University invite businesses, technologists and researchers to join unique new data network
A new article in the journal Quality and Quantity highlights the potential that archiving creates for 'big qual' data analysis.
Date: Tuesday, 01 May 2018
This newly published book chapter by Tara Murphy, Aileen O'Carroll, Suzanne Guerin and Jane Gray discusses some of the ethical and practical issues involved in archiving social science research data, with specific emphasis on data arising from community change initiatives.
Date: Thursday, 05 April 2018