Wiki Loves Monuments 2017
We have been working hard with our panel of judges, sorting through all the photographs submitted to this year’s competition. Come join us in the Science Gallery on Thursday 9 November when we celebrate the top 10 photos, and reveal who got the top spot! You can find the top ten, listed alphabetically here.
We are very excited to announce that Ireland will be taking part in Wiki Science for the first time this year, with competition running from 1-30 Novemeber. Wiki Science is a photo competition looking for images under 5 broad categories relating to science: people in science, microscopy images, non-photographic media, image sets, and a general category. In Ireland we will also be awarding a sixth prize for an image of Women in STEM.
We will be having a launch event long with our Wiki Loves Monuments Awards night in the Science Gallery, 9 November at 6:30pm.
Editing events in TOG Hackerspace
We will be continuing our editing events in TOG on Wednesday 29 November from 7-9pm. To get a reminder about this and other upcoming event sign up on the TOG Meetup page, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.
International Digital Preservation Day
As part of our ongoing partnership with Digital Repository Ireland, we are holding an event with the Library at Trinity College Dublin to mark International Digital Preservation Day on 30 November. If you have an interest in digitising collection and their use – save the date!