29 Sept. 1-3pm, RIA Dublin
Dublin Dashboard Launched
The Dublin Dashboard provides citizens, public sector workers and companies with real-time information, time-series indicator data, and interactive maps about all aspects of the city.
See the team speaking on RTE news about the project here
Upcoming in 2014/2015
Nov 17-21: GeoWeek 2014
More details to be announced soon!
GSI Awards - details to be announced shortly
May 21-23: Conference of Irish Geographers, Belfast 2015
20th Annual 'Practising Historical Geography' Postgraduate and Undergraduate Conference: 5 November 2014, Univ. of Bristol
Organised by the Historical Geography Research Group of the RGS, this conference is open to all postgraduate and undergraduate students of historical geography. Undergraduates contemplating a dissertation in historical geography may find the 'postgraduate voices' and 'dissertation prize winner' sessions particularly helpful. Reports of previous years events are available on the HGRG website: http://historicalgeographyresearchgroup.wordpress.com/. A small registration fee of £10 is payable at the conference. To register please email Lucy Veale, the HGRG Conference Officer.
The New York Public Library has made over 20,000 maps free to download from their website here.
Viva Voce launched in June 2014 and was created by current PhD student Gemma Sou. It is a new platform that supports the dissemination and impact of social science research by PhD students, PostDocs and Early careers researchers (academic and non-academic). Set up a short, sweet and engaging podcast about your research that is also accessible to the general public. We group Podcast profiles by 3 keywords and discipline so that you are visible on four pages, which creates greater exposure for you and your research.... More Info click here