VHN Ireland 2016 - Call for Papers


(Roscommon3d) #1

Call for Papers - VHNIreland 2016 - Website

Virtual Heritage Network: Ireland 2016
VHN Ireland Conference, 8-10 December 2016

CACSSS, School of English, Digital Humanities Lab, University College Cork

The 2016 (VHN) conference will be
held at the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences,
(CACSSS) University College Cork from Thursday 8th – Saturday 10th
December 2016. VHN Ireland aims to bring together people who work for
the support, improvement and promotion of virtual heritage in Ireland
and beyond across the academic, business, education, cultural heritage,
policy, and tourism sectors. It welcomes people from a diverse range of
backgrounds including archaeology, cultural studies, social sciences,
arts, conservation, education, engineering, computer science, business,
and industry. We particularly welcome international researchers and
professionals who work on Virtual Heritage outside Ireland.
Objectives of VHN Ireland
To make
connections between people from a variety of sectors in Ireland and
beyond who share an active interest in virtual heritage;To encourage and support the carrying out of virtual heritage activities of the highest international standards; To promote knowledge, understanding and appreciation of virtual heritage in Ireland and beyond; To undertake any other activity that benefits virtual heritage in Ireland and beyond.

Call for Papers
The VHN: Ireland 2016 organising committee invites proposals for
papers, posters and interactive presentations relating to all aspects of
Irish cultural heritage. This year’s themes include but are not limited
to
Digitising Cultural Heritage;
Representing Data;
Engaging with New Technologies and Methods;
We welcome projects which include
co-operation between public and private bodies as well as public
engagement and Citizen Science aspects.


(Nebulousflynn) #2

hi again @roscommon3d!

Thanks for posting this - I've shared on twitter as well.

I intend on submitting an abstract myself but noticed that the application form is only available in Word format and in some sections asks that I "Choose an item" from a list - I'm afraid I don't have a copy of Microsoft Office (I use google docs) - would you have any guidance for these sections?

Thanks again!
Tom


(Roscommon3d) #3

Hi Tom

Sorry I did not think about people with Office. the drop down menus don't seem to transfer to google docs. here is a edited version https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_-opkbp3hmWajdTU0JqUDdLaVU/view?usp=sharing