Memorialisation and Galway in the Revolutionary Period

Memorialisation and Galway in the Revolutionary Period This month's post takes the form of a slide show, outlining the history of the Volunteer monument at Castlegar, on the northern edge of Galway City. It was created as a contribution to " History, memorialisation and the struggle for Irish independence in Galway ’. This is the theme of the Galway City Museum’s 2021 Culture Night, on Friday 17 September. It is held in conjunction with the History Department at NUI Galway and Galway City Council. All talks will be filmed, and will form part of a web resource on memory and memorialisation in Galway. The Castlegar Monument presentation is available on the Library's YouTube channel at 

Tutors Required for the AWC

  Tugtar cuireadh duit iarratas a dhéanamh ar phost mar theagascóir scríbhneoireachta le Gaeilge ag an Ionad Scríbhneoireachta Acadúla i Leabharlann Uí Argadáin. The AWC is looking for new tutors to join our team in 2021-22. Please note, you must be a current student at NUIG to apply for this position.  Currently we are looking for tutors with Irish as well as tutors with English.  Cuireann an tIonad Scríbhneoireachta Acadúla tacaíocht sa scríbhneoireacht ar fáil do mhic léinn OÉ Gaillimh, déantar cuir i láthair ar an scríbhnoireacht acadúil, agus eagraítear roinnt tograí taighde agus pobail. Cuirfidh teagascóirí seisiúin aonair ar fáil ar líne do mhic léinn fochéime, chomh maith le tacaíocht aisioncronach leis an scríbhneoireacht, agus tacóidh siad freisin le forbairt an Ionaid Scríbhneoireachta Acadúla trí ábhar a dhearadh, ábhar a aistriú agus ceardlanna a reáchtáil. Íocfar an táille chaighdéanach le haghaidh ranganna teagaisc leo. Má theastaíonn uait iarratas a dhéanamh, ba cheart

Open Voices interview - Life as an Open Scholarship Librarian

  In our Open Voices series, we are talking to Aisling Coyne about her journey of becoming the Open Scholarship Librarian at TU Dublin Library six months ago. Hardy: Aisling, thanks for talking to me. I believe you and I are currently the only "Open Scholarship Librarians" in Ireland. Our conversation will focus on how you arrived in your role and your first experiences. This was six months ago, wasn't it? Aisling : Yes, six months ago pretty much to the day today! Hardy: Congratulations! To start off our conversation just tell me a little bit about your current role at TU Dublin. What are your responsibilities as Open Scholarship Librarian? Aisling : The Open Scholarship Librarian at TU Dublin is a brand new role, and so it is still being developed in parts. There are a lot of responsibilities, one of which is being the Arrow manager, that is the manager of the institutional repository for TU Dublin. Another priority is to give training and webinars on Open

The Academic Writing Centre: summer tutorials and workshops

The Academic Writing Centre: summer tutorials and workshops The Academic Writing Centre is coming back this summer. We will be doing all our work remotely, and we hope this will enable as many students as possible to access our services. Whether you are working on repeat assignments, theses, or other projects, you are all welcome to avail of the following services: 1. Questions over the email:.  If you have a quick question in relation to your project, please access the Academic Writing Centre on Blackboard (in the Community tab). Use the General Questions tab to post your question, and we will post a reply as soon as we can.  2. One-on-one consultations on Teams.  If you are interested in a consultation to improve your writing, please fill out this form . Please note that these get booked out fast, as our hours are limited this summer.  3.  Group workshops.  Depending on the demand, we will hold one or several workshops every week. The first workshop takes place on 23 July .  We

Open Voices: Interview with Student Initiative for Open Science (SIOS)

In our Open Voices series Wei and Hardy from the Open Scholarship Community Galway (OSCG) speak to Marie Agergaard and Marla Dressel from the University of Amsterdam about their role in the Student Initiative for Open Science (SIOS) :   Wei: Marla and Marie, it is nice to meet you! To start our conversation, I am wondering if you could share a little bit more about yourself and your academic background? Marie : I am currently doing a Research Master in Psychology at the University of Amsterdam , where I am majoring in social psychology and minoring in psychological methods and statistics. Broadly my research interests lie in emotions. Marla : I did a Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the University of Groningen , which is also in the Netherlands. Like Marie, I am currently doing the Research Master’s in Psychology at the University of Amsterdam. I am majoring in brain & cognition and minoring in psychological methods. My main interest is social and antisocial neuro