The New Methods for New Media Network provides a space for researchers and doctoral students to critically examine the uses and methods of digital media research. Based at Queen’s University, Belfast; the network promotes an interdisciplinary collaboration that includes internal and international members. A diverse mix of scholars bring subject expertise and research projects to explore the challenges and opportunities within working with digital discourses.
The Centre for Public History provides a lively hub for people engaged in researching, teaching, and practicing public history. It seeks to nurture excellent research, provide a forum for debate, and develop working dialogue between academics, practitioners, and the public around issues relating to the practice of history in the public sphere. Details on past and present research projects can be found here.
The Centre for Geographic Information Science and Geomatics is a research centre within the School of the Natural and Built Environment at Queen's University Belfast. The centre's aim is to support multidisciplinary geospatial teaching and research across a broad group of subjects including, but not limited to, geography, archaeology, planning, architecture and civil engineering. This multidisciplinary approach means that our staff and members have expertise in mapping, geodata engineering, geomatic research, GIS customised training and teaching, scientific survey and GI data analytics and modelling.
Special Collections & Archives, QUB, provides access to books, maps, photographs and manuscripts from the twelfth century on, and the institutional archive of Queen's University Belfast. Access to digital resources, including digital collections and exhbitions, is available here.