Informative Sites

Northern Ireland

  1. Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis (CDDA)
    The Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis is one the leading Digital Humanities units within the UK and Ireland.
  2. Defence Heritage Project
    To commemorate the centenary of WW1 the Department of the Environment NI launched phase 2 of the Defence Heritage Project, organising community led-engagements and a range of public events.
  3. Centre for Archeological Fieldwork (CAF)
    Online search engine to explore family history using census records, parish records, travel & migration records, military records and newspapers.
  4. GIS Research Unit within the SchoolNatural and Built Environment
    The Geographical Information Science (GIS) Unit specialise in Mapping, GeoData Engineering, Geomatic Research, GIS customised training and teaching, Scientific Survey and GI Data analytics and Modelling.


  1. Imperial War Museum
    Search around 800,000 items that tell the story of modern war and conflict, collected by the museum since 1917.
  2. Where are the Poppies Now
    Do you own a Tower poppy? Help us to reunite digitally the 888,246 ceramic poppies from artist Paul Cummins and designer Tom Piper’s 2014 installation, Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red at the Tower of London.
    Tell us where your poppy is now and share with others why you bought it and what it means to you.


  1. People's Collection Wales
    Providing a service and website where 15:00:05people can share and explore photographs, video clips and stories celebrating the history of Wales, the People’s Collection website sits at the very heart of their work.