| ||The Centre has an exceptionally strong international presence. Staff from CDDA have presented more than 150 conference papers over the last five years across six continents. The Centre has established, practical and rewarding Memorandums of Understanding with key international universities. Staff from the Centre are active in the organisation of the International Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative, the Association of American Geographers and the Social Science History Association. It is a founding member of the European Historical GIS Initiative. In 2009 it acted as local host for the Digital Resources in the Humanities and Arts (DRHA) conference, attended by more than 150 scholars.
Presentations have taken place at 34 of the 50 states in the US.