The following REINVENT Project Working Papers are available to download:
- Working Paper 1 - Towards a cross-border cultural heritage atlas for the North West: Data availability, webhosting and guiding principles for the GIS mapping of heritage inventory and other datasets
- Working Paper 2 - Public Participation Geographical Information Systems (PPGIS): Literature review and proposed methodology for the pilot cases in the North West of Ireland
- Working Paper 3 - Participatory Mapping in North West Ireland: Key Observations and Takeaways
In the Media
Follow the links to references to the REINVENT Project in the local and national media:
- "Conservation without Frontiers' - cross border Built Heritage Summer School to be held next week": conservation-without-frontiers-cross-border-built-heritage-summer-school-held-next-week/165681
The #MyValuedPlaces exercise concerns the cross-border cultural landscape of the Derry City & Strabane District Council and Donegal County Council areas of North West Ireland. The exercise sought the public's views on the places the value in the study area and why. The exercise utilised the Maptionnaire PPGIS mapping tool to capture the diverse participant perspectives online, including the identification of places and associated values on a mapping interface, in addition to responses to a series of socio-economic questions. Face-to-face drop-in sessions in the North West complemented the online mapping.
#MyValuedPlaces was launched via a Twitter Talk on 19 August 2017 during Irish National Heritage Week and concluded 15 October.
Read the Info Sheet: Information-sheet-MyValuedPlaces
Read the Key Data Summary report: MyValuedPlaces-Key-Data-Summary-report
Explore "Place(ing) perceptions in North West Ireland": https://arcg.is/XTOGO
Ebrington Sense of Place
The Ebrington Square regeneration site in the Waterside district of Derry~Londonderry is the focus of the case study research at the area scale. The case consists of recorded walking interviews with participants from four different user categories associated with Ebrington, including those working on the site, tourists/visitors, planning/conservation stakeholders and nearby residents. The interviews will explore the participants ‘sense of place’ as they move around and through the site providing, among other things, insights and personal perspectives on its history, present state of development and future development preferences.
Explore "Walking the talk through Ebrington Barracks": https://arcg.is/0nPezP
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