Dr. Vera Moitinho de Almeida was one of the recipients of the Virtual Mobility Grants in 2021. A grant aimed at strengthening networks by allowing scientists and project members to foster collaboration in a virtual setting, to exchange knowledge, share
Success! Members of SEADDA WG1 and WG4 were finally able to meet in person this past May in sunny Braga, Portugal. Discussion workshops took place over two days with 34 SEADDA members, representing 17 European countries meeting in-person to discuss
A new SEADDA WG3 publication in Internet Archaeology is here! ‘Data Management Policies and Practices of Digital Archaeological Repositories’, authored by Guntram Geser, Julian Richards, Flavia Massara and Holly Wright. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.59.2 Between the 17th of June and the 19th of
We are excited to promote a SEADDA themed issue in Internet Archaeology, “Digital Archiving in Archaeology: State of the Art” published this past year. The publication was a collaborative effort between SEADDA COST Action and the European Archaeology Consilium (EAC).
The SEADDA COST Action was invited to present Challenges and opportunities in virtual archaeological data stewardship: Moving SEADDA COST Action online at the International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies (CHNT) 2021 (Nov. 2 – 4) in Vienna, Austria.
There can be no doubt that the first two years of STSM participation in SEADDA did not go as planned, but there was still much to celebrate, and much to look forward two at we head into the second half
Exploratory Workshop for WG3: Preservation and Dissemination Best Practice The Exploratory Workshop for SEADDA’S Working Group 3 took place online on March 17, 2020. Even though we were, of course, disappointed for not meeting our colleagues in person at The
The Exploratory Workshop for WG4: Use and Re-Use of Archaeological Data was meant to be in York on 31 March – 2 April 2020, by the Archaeology Data Service, but we were able to quickly move it online… While we
The Exploratory Workshop for WG1: Stewardship of Archaeological Data was kindly hosted by the Swedish National Data Service in Gothenburg on 12 November, 2019. Each of the participants were asked to present their data stewardship situation within the context of
The ARIADNEplus project and SEADDA COST Action invites papers to EAA Budapest, 26-30 August, 2020 Session 350: Sustainability, unsustainability and opportunity for archaeological data Deadline: 13 February This session is meant to highlight ARIADNEplus partners and SEADDA members as we work to contribute to a more