Karolina Badzmierowska is a PhD candidate in Digital Humanities and History of Art in Trinity College Dublin. She researches digital research collections in art history discipline. She works for the Letters 1916 project and she is responsible for the project image data digitisation and curation, web management, social media communications, outreach and graphic design.

Emma Clarke is a PhD candidate in Digital Humanities and Linguistics in the School of Computer Science in Trinity College Dublin. Since completing an M.Phil in Digital Humanities in 2013, she has worked on a number of Digital Humanities projects including Letters of 1916, The 1916 Diary of Dorothy Price, and the forthcoming Drawn to the Page: Irish Artist Illustrations 1830 – 1930.

Shane Murtagh is a PhD candidate with An Foras Feasa and the Department of English, Media and Theatre Studies in Maynooth University. He is also a participant in the national structured PhD in Digital Arts and Humanities (DAH). He holds a BA in English and History and an MA in Digital Humanities. His doctoral research examines the impact of new technologies and methodologies on the fields of scholarly editing and literary studies.

Susan Schrebman is Professor of Digital Humanities at Maynooth University, and Director of An Foras Feasa. Her current DH projects include Letters of 1916 and Contested Memories: The Battle of Mount Street Bridge. She is Coordinator for this module.