8 February 2013 - The Digital Arts and Humanities Spring Institute at University College Cork will provide an opportunity for students and lecturers to engage around digital humanities research challenges. This year, the Institute will stage a FrankCamp utilising the rich Frank O'Connor collection from the UCC Archives. Shawn Day from the DHO will be speaking and facilitating hands-on experimentation involving the use of data visualisation techniques and methods with spatial and temporal data. The two day session promises to be exciting, informative and hopefully provoke inspirational thinking around digital humanities research activities and projects. The DHO presentation 'Visualising in Time and Space: Seeing the World in Dynamic and New Dimensions' is available for download.