DRI is the digital infrastructure that links together and preserves the rich and varied cultural, historical, and qualitative social science data held by Irish Institutions, and provides a central access point and multimedia tools to research and interact with archived data. DRI will allow the public, students and scholars to access and research the history, cultural heritage and social life of Ireland in ways never possible before.
The DRI Project site can be found at http://www.dri.ie/
The DRI team at TCD is currently involved in the Data Management work package 7, the demonstrator project and management work packages. TCD is also leading the Architecture work package 5 and Storage work package 8.
This project is funded by the Irish Government's PRTLI cycle 5 for €5.2M over four years, and started in September 2011. The DRI funded partners are the Royal Irish Academy (RIA, lead institute), National University of Ireland Maynooth (NUIM), Trinity College Dublin (TCD), Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG), and National College of Art and Design (NCAD).
- The Royal Irish Academy (Coordinator)
- Dublin Institute of Technology
- National University of Ireland, Galway
- National University of Ireland, Maynooth
- Trinity College Dublin
- National College of Art and Design (Devolved)