In addition to the main outputs (GIS mapping; Google Maps; and virtual educational space in Second Life) the project produced a range of documentation and project staff gave a number of presentations. These other project outputs are listed below.
McCusker, Kerri. (2011). Visualising the Conflict: Second Life Island General Description, (June 2011), [PDF; 1197KB]. Web: CAIN Web Service.
McCusker, Kerri. (2011). Visualising the Conflict: Second Life – Island Purchase Process, (May 2011), [PDF; 1513KB]. Web: CAIN Web Service.
McCusker, Kerri. (2011). Visualising the Conflict: Modelling the Island in Second Life, (April 2011), [PDF; 600KB]. Web: CAIN Web Service.
McCusker, Kerri. (2010). Visualising the Conflict: Second Life Content Creation Process, (November 2010), [PDF; 3723KB]. Web: CAIN Web Service.
Losada, Julio Lopez. (2011). Visualising the Conflict: Second Life Programming / Scripting, (April 2011), [PDF; 689KB]. Web: CAIN Web Service.
McCusker, Kerri. (2011). Visualising the Conflict: Second Life to OpenSim Transfer Process, (May 2011), [PDF; 612KB]. Web: CAIN Web Service.
Kelleher, Luke., and Melaugh, M. (2011). Visualising the Conflict: Immersion in the Landscape of Victims and Commemoration in Northern Ireland, (21 May 2011), Paper Presented at Conference: Urban Conflicts – Ethno-National Divisions, States And Cities, 19 – 21 May 2011, Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast.
Callaghan, Michael., and McCusker, Kerri. (2010). Visualising the Conflict: Immersion in the Landscape of Victims and Commemoration in Northern Ireland, Presentation to Conference: Big Issues in Immersive Virtual Worlds, Thursday 4th November 2010, Coventry University Techno Centre, Coventry.
Hamber, Brandon., and Melaugh, Martin. (2011). Introducing CAIN and using Second Life in commemorative work. Paper presented at the Narratives, Nostalgia, Nationhoods Conference: Third Apartheid Archive Conference, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, 27-29 July 2011.
McCusker, Kerri., Callaghan, Michael., and Losada, Julio Lopez. (2010). 'Visualising the Conflict' - a progress report on an on-going project, presentation to the Immers[ed] 2010 conference, on Friday 22 October 2010.
Robinson, Gillian. (2010). The Essex Transitional Justice Network Conference on “Shaping the future of Transitional Justice: growing synergies between theory and practice”. Gillian Robinson participated in Data Archiving and Analysis Panel, Colchester, Essex, 16-17 September 2010.
Robinson, Gillian., and Hamber, Brandon. (2010). ‘The Role of Databases in Transitional Justice Research’, Gillian Robinson and Brandon Hamber participated in Project seminar, Belfast campus, University of Ulster, 26 October 2010.
Presentation by Gillian Robinson to participants at the 'Commemoration and Conflict' Roundtable, on Friday 25th March 2011.
Presentation by Gillian Robinson to students on the MA Peace & Conflict Studies, on Wednesday 30th March 2011.
Presentation by Martin Melaugh to participants (from the voluntary and community sector) on INCORE's 'Journeys Out' project, at 3.30pm on Tuesday 12th April 2011.
Presentation by Martin Melaugh and Gillian Robinson to Owen Paterson MP, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, at 10.00am on Wednesday 20th April 2011.
[Informal presentation (unrecorded) by Kerri McCusker to Natasha Sayee, correspondent with BBC Northern Ireland, at 1.00pm on Friday 13th May 2011.]
Presentation by Martin Melaugh to representatives from two commemorative groups based in Derry, at 1.45pm on Thursday 2nd June 2011.
Presentation by Kerri McCusker to participants attending the JISC on-line conference, Innovating e-Learning 2010 Online Conference, at 3.00pm-4.00pm on Thursday 18th November 2010.
Letter from Martin Melaugh to all victims' groups, and related organisations, containing an outline of the 'Visualising the Conflict' project, dated 22 July 2010.
'CAIN and Able' (article about the AHRC project), Inside - University of Ulster Staff Newsletter, p.10, March 2010, Vol. 4 Issue 5.
Fergus, Lindsay. (2012). 'Fresh insight into our past in a land of virtual troubles', The Belfast Telegraph, (20 January 2012), pp.18-19.
Patterson, Mark. (2012). Interview with Gillian Robinson and Kerri McCusker, Mark Patterson Show, BBC Radio Foyle, (20 January 2012; 3.00pm).
n.a. (2012). 'Unique Ulster Memorials Project Shines New Light on 'the Troubles'. Retrieved 20 January 2012, from SYNCni (Northern Ireland's Technology, Science & Innovation Community) Web site: http://syncni.com/news/5862 [PDF; 158KB]
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