Publications, Training & Talks

Academic Publications

These publications relate to my role as Digital Humanities Manager (and previously, Research Technologist for Humanities & Social Sciences) at NUI Galway:

  • Stansbury, M., Kelly, D (2018), “The Future of Collaboration“, at Digital Cultures, Big Data and Society Symposium, 15-16 February 2018, Royal Irish Academy & UCD Humanities Institute
  • Kelly, D., Tonra, J., Reid, L. (2017), “Personæ: A Character-Visualisation Tool for Dramatic Texts“, in Digital Humanities 2017 Conference, 8 – 11 August, Montreál, Canada. View Presentation Slides and Abstract.
  • Coolahan, M.-L., Kelly, D. (2017), “Digital Representation and Analysis of Reception, Circulation and Intertextual Relationships: Impact and Early Modern Women’s Writing“, as part of panel: “Only Connect!: Intertextuality, Circulation, and Networks in Digital Resources for Women’s Writing”, in Digital Humanities 2017 Conference, 8 – 11 August, Montreál, Canada. View Panel Abstract.
  • Kelly, D., Tonra, J., Reid, L. (2017), “Patterns of character & structure in Shakespeare: Exploring approaches to data visualisation“, Other Codes/Cóid Eile Conference, 11-12 May, Galway, Ireland. View Presentation Slides
  • Barr, R., Kelly, D., Tonra, J. (2014), “Ossian Online: Crowdsourcing Annotation and the Social Edition“, Poster Presentation, Experimental Interfaces for Reading 2.0, 18-20 Sept, Chicago, USA.

These publications relate to earlier research on IT Standards adoption for Ambient Intelligence, and Open Source Software.

 

Other Publications

  • Feller, J., Finnegan, P., Kelly, D., MacNamara, M. (2005) “Initial Characterisation and Roadmap of Libre Software Development”, Deliverable 1.1, European Commission Report for IST Project Number 04337, CALIBRE (Co-ordination Action for Libre Software Engineering for Open Development Platforms for Software and Services).

 

Exhibition & Performance

 

Recent Workshops & Training Delivered

  • Creating Interactive Data Visualisations, lab sessions (12 x 2 hour sessions) as part of the MSc in Data Analytics programme’s Data Visualisation module, Semester 2, 2017 – 2018, NUI Galway.
  • Web-based maps for research data visualisation – Digital Scholars Workshop Series, NUI Galway, March, 2018
  • Kelly, D., Tonra, J., Reid, L., “Patterns of character & structure in Shakespeare: Exploring approaches to data visualisation”, Centre for Antique, Medieval and Pre-Modern Studies, Research Labs (CAMPS) Research Labs, Moore Institute, NUI Galway, 16th March, 2018.
  • Interactive Data Visualisation for Early Career Researchers, NARTI, Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, January, 2018
  • Web Analytics – An Introduction, All Aboard, 2017 – Digital Skills Week, Moore Institute, NUI Galway, March, 2017

 

Recent guest lectures, presentations & invited talks

  • Data Visualisation – Research Project Experiences & Tools, Guest Lecture, Executive MBA at the J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics (Data Analytics module), NUI Galway, March 2018
  • Introduction to Data Visualisation, guest lecture, 3rd Year, BBS (Business Information Systems), GMIT, March, 2018
  • Interactive Data Visualisation for Digital Health – guest lecture for MSc Digital Health (Executive Education), Cork University Business School, UCC, February 2018
  • Interactive Data Visualisation, guest lecture on the MSc Environmental Health (Scientific Communication module), Geography / Ryan Institute, NUI Galway, February, 2018
  • Data Visualisation & Management – Experiences & Lessons, Invited Presentation, BuSK research project partners, May, 2017, NUI Galway, Ireland.

 

Invited Workshop Participation

  • Enabling Digital Scholarship: present and future workshop, December, 2017 at Wolfson College, Oxford, co-hosted by the Centre for Digital Scholarship at Oxford University, and the Wolfson Digital Research Cluster. (Invited participant)