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Amelia McConville explores what a cognitive approach can offer Poetry Studies
As a researcher with a background in the Humanities, it has been both challenging and fascinating to approach the methods and concepts of cognitive science, and to start developing the necessary skills for analysing and critiquing the many different mixed methods approaches that proliferate across disciplines.
How do websites understand what you might be interested in?
Recommender systems like Amazon’s "Customers who bought this item also bought" are part of almost every platform on the Web, as well as of many mobile and desktop applications. Joeran Beel discusses how recommender systems work and how his research on them has evolved.
Emer Emily Neenan describes her research on how secondary school students engage with Earth Science
Working with the CRAGs, who don’t have the same preconceived notions of academia or the traditional paths research is supposed to travel along, helps me see getting lost in the weeds as something different; getting to explore in a meadow. A stroll-and-sprint gives you time to take things in, and time to make lots of progress. A meandering route is a scenic route. The right path is the one that gets you there. And all the better if you stop along the way and share your stories - not just the official one - with your fellow explorers.
Ever wondered how to write a book? Kevin Mitchell reveals the process behind writing Innate
The goal should be clarity and simplicity, not trying to impress people with jargon, with flowery phrases, or with how much intellectual effort went into figuring something out.
If you were asked to explain your research in just 6 words, what would they be?
We asked this question on Twitter and the result was a hugely entertaining and inspiring collection of tiny research stories...
News & Updates
Irish schools should focus more on linguistic diversity
A greater focus on “heritage languages”, in addition to English and Irish learning, is needed in Irish schools according to an expert from Trinity.
2019 June 11
Trinity Professor of Surgery elected Honorary Fellow of the American Surgical Association
Professor of Surgery at Trinity College, Professor Kevin Conlon has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the American Surgical Association.
2019 June 11
Four centuries of political cartoons go on display in Trinity Library exhibition
‘Drawing your attention: Four Centuries of Political Caricature’ includes the Library’s own collections, with originals from its extensive 18th and 19th century collection.
2019 June 10
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