Monthly Archives: February 2012

Conference on the Use of New Technologies in Archaeology, Puget Sound, Oct. 25-28, 2012

Taking Archaeology Digital A Conference on the Use of New Technologies in Archaeology University of Puget Sound, Oct. 25-28, 2012 Technology is changing our world in ways that previous centuries could not have imagined, and it is a constant struggle … Continue reading

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OAPEN-UK focus groups, first report

The JISC-funded OAPEN-UK (Open Access Publishing in European Networks) project have published a report on the first round of focus groups, held in the British Library late last year. Various groups of stakeholders (in this case academics who author research … Continue reading

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Job: Digital Archivist at ADS

Particularly appropriate for a digital classicist or archaeologist with an interest in digital preservation and a high level of computer skills (from University of York jobs): The Archaeology Data Service (ADS) has a vacancy for a Digital Archivist for a … Continue reading

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