Spectrum Research Centre recently held a highly successful event centered around the integration of digital humanities in education. The event, which took place on 3rd May 2023 from 15:30 to 18:30, captivated participants with its informative sessions and engaging activities.
Situated at the prestigious Breifne College campus, the event was equipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual facilities, ensuring an immersive and interactive experience for all attendees. The Multiplier Event provided a comprehensive platform for participants to explore the project’s goals and resources.
Upon arrival, participants were warmly greeted at the SRC information stall, where they received information about the project and access to the e-learning platform. Through a well-structured presentation using PowerPoint slides and an intuitive website, participants were guided on how to access and utilise the project’s comprehensive package of resources. One of the highlights of the event was the profound interaction with stakeholders, whose enthusiasm and interest were ignited by the project’s vision and objectives. Attendees were encouraged and motivated to actively partake in various project activities, fostering a sense of ownership and collaboration. Participants expressed a genuine desire to implement the Digital Humanities crowdsourcing course and platform within their educational practices, recognising the transformative potential of this innovative approach. Attendees gained an in-depth understanding of how this novel educational tool could enrich their teaching methodologies and benefit both students and educators alike.
To find out more about the ENTICING Project and to access the Digital Humanities Crowdsourcing course curriculum, please visit the project website: https://www.enticing-project.eu/
The organisations working together on the ENTICING project are the University of the Peloponnese (Greece), KMOP Policy Centre (Belgium), Institouto Ekpedeftikis Politikis (Institut of Educational Policy, Greece), KMOP Skopje (Republic of North Macedonia), CARDET (Cyprus) and Spectrum Research Centre (Ireland).