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Open licenses for archaeological data matter: the case of AustArch

Stefano Costa - July 29, 2014 in Discussions

A few days ago Internet Archaeology published a superb data paper featuring AustArch, a database of more than 5000 radiocarbon and other archaeometric dates from Australia. To my surprise, while the data paper is published as open access under …

Unleashing the potential of collaboration

Stefano Costa - May 6, 2013 in events

Ant Beck is giving a talk on 10th May 2013 at the ArcLand Conference “k2 > u2 – From Known Knowns to Unknown Unknowns: Remotely Detecting the Past” in Dublin.

The presentation is mainly advocating open approaches and inclusive engagement …

The purpose of the working group

Stefano Costa - February 6, 2010 in Working Group

The purpose of the Working Group on Open Data in Archaeology is to:
  1. Act as a central point of reference and support for people interested in open archaeological data
  2. Identify relevant projects and practices. PromoteĀ best practices as well as