Digital Humanities

The Global Hub-Education and Global Development 05/07/18

July 7, 2018
  Education and Global Development Broadcast date: June 5th 2018 Presenter Gertrude Cotter explains the Id Est programme at UCC, which introduces student teachers to global development issues. Interview with student teacher, Ms O’Shea from the Nagle Rice Secondary School in Doneraile explains what she learned from the Id Est programme and how she applied

The Global Hub- Moving On 2016

August 25, 2016
“Moving On” is the story of two people, Valerie Brown and Matthew Whitney. It is primarily the story of their move out of residential care for people with disabilities. Valerie and Matthew both lived in residential care for many years and have been engaged in a long process of preparation to move to their own

Development Education and Digital Humanities?

September 19, 2014
What do Development Education and Digital Humanities have to offer one another? Where is the intersection between these apparently diverse theoretical frameworks and how can they enhance one another”? A further question is “in what ways have new online technologies changed how ‘we do’ development and intercultural education and what impact does this have on

Social Justice and Digital Humanities

August 20, 2014
Part 1: Door 1: Tools and Technologies Introduction As I start my journey of learning about Digital Humanities I want to discover how it relates to my interest in Social Justice.  We are witnessing immense human suffering around the world e.g. DR Congo, South Sudan, Haiti and the Phillipines. Neoliberalism, environmental degradation and climate change