Based in the Moore Institute, the Moore Digital Lab aims to connect researchers in the Arts, Humanities and Social Studies with the technologies and people that can help to enable their research.
With an established track record of delivering digital projects with researchers from across the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic Studies, the Moore Digital Lab contributes:
- Support with a project’s concept development, as it relates to the application of digital technologies;
- Consulting on technology-oriented aspects of funding applications;
- Guidance on sources of technical expertise;
- Support for the design and development of digital research projects;
- Data visualisation advice and services;
- Training and support related to digital projects.
Supporting Research Excellence
The Digital Lab supports research excellence through the application of innovative technologies across NUI Galway’s mission of “Enriching Creativity and Culture” within the themes of:
- Digital Humanities
- Historical and Literary Research
- Creative Arts
- Language, Culture and Identity
- An Ghaeilge
- Geography, Place and Politics
Expertise & Collaboration
In addition to supporting the research of the Research Groups and Research Centres across the Moore Institute, we facilitate research project collaboration between projects and a range of research groups and support services across the NUI Galway community, as well as with external experts.
Within NUI Galway, we have a record of working with:
- The Digital Publishing and Innovation team, at the James Hardiman Library
- Huston School of Film & Digital Media
- Data Science Institute / Insight Centre for Data Analytics
- Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Use the university’s “Find a Supervisor” tool to find an academic member of staff with research interests aligned to your own.
For enquiries, please contact David Kelly, Digital Humanities Manager at the Moore Institute, at email@example.com