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 both IT Standards for Ambient Intelligence, and Open Source Software.
- Kelly, D., Feller, J., Finnegan, P. (2006) “Complex Network-Based Information Systems (CNIS) Standards: Towards an Adoption Model“, in International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP WG8.6), Volume 206, The Transfer and Diffusion of Information Technology for Organizational Resilience, eds. Donnellan, B., Larsen, T., Levine, L., DeGross, J., Boston: Springer, pp. 3-20.
- Kelly, D., Feller, J., Finnegan, P. (2006) “Open vs. Closed Standards for Ambient Intelligence: An Exploratory Study of Adoption“, in the Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2006), June 12th – 14th, Gothenburg, Sweden.
- Feller, J., Finnegan, P., Kelly, D., MacNamara, M. (2006) “Developing Open Source Software: A Community Based Analysis of Research“, in International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP WG 8.2), Volume 208, Social Inclusion: Societal and Organizational Implications for Information Systems, eds. Trauth, E., Howcroft, D., Butler, T., Fitzgerald, B., DeGross, J., Boston: Springer, pp. 261-278.
- 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); Available at http://www.calibre.ie/deliverables/D1.1.pdf