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Landscape and imagination: towards a new baseline for education in a changing world
(UNISCAPE (European Network of Universities for the Implementation of the European Landscape Convention) and Bandecchi & Vivaldi, 2013-05-02)
This publication constitutes the proceedings of an international conference, Landscape and Imagination: Towards a New Baseline for ducation in a hanging World (Paysage et Invention: évolution des enseignements dans un ...
Raffin Fort, Co Meath: Neolithic and Bronze Age activity
(Organisation of Irish Archaeologists, 1995)
[No abstract available]
The impact of constructing aqueducts on the settlement patterns of Roman Crete
In this paper the Roman aqueducts of Crete will be presented for the purpose of exploring the effects of aqueduct construction on settlement patterns on the island.1 The study will demonstrate the diversity and the extent ...
Expectancy, not memory determines identical search rates in static and dynamic displays.
(International Society for Psychophysics, 2005)
Search rates are often used as a measure of search efficiency. Horowitz & Wolfe employed this measure to compare static and dynamic visual search (Horowitz & Wolfe, 1998). Based on identical search rates, they argued that ...
Of Little Consequence: the Early Career of Thomas Moore
This paper argues that a narrow focus on Moore's Irishness and Irish writings does not adequately represent his relevance and importance in nineteenth-century literature and culture. It draws attention to the early phase ...
Manuscript Transcription: the Habits of Crowds
Paper describes author's involvement in Transcribe Bentham, a project established to crowdsource transcriptions of the manuscripts of Jeremy Bentham, and reflects more generally on the issues at stake in crowdsourcing ...
Industrial Schools and identification: Revisiting the total institution
In this paper, I revisit a forgotten empirical site, Ireland's industrial schools. Thousands of children lived and worked in these organizations from an early age until adulthood. They were hidden from mainstream Irish ...
Environmental gains and social losses? Critical reflections on the sustainability potential of telework
Anthropogenic climate change and its environmenmtal and social consequences are of increasing concern worldwide. Approaches that advocate a 'greening' of current economic and social systems through technological ...
The challenges of protecting rural coastal communities from climate change impacts. A Case Study: Maharees Conservation Association CLG
(NUI Galway, 2018)
[No abstract available]