WG4 Zoom

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 were of course disappointed not to host our colleagues in person, we are incredibly grateful for the support we received from presenters and attendees alike in moving the workshop online. While it was no substitute for being in the same place together, it was still a great success and we thank everyone for participating.

All presentations and discussions were recorded. Please click on the links for each day to access the recordings, along with links to powerpoint presentations.

WG4 Exploratory Workshop

31 March – 2 April 2020

Tuesday 31 March

The landscape of use and re-use for archaeological data 

Welcome and Goals of the Workshop – and report on proposed NSF/SEADDA workshop on FAIR data, Julian Richards

Keynote by Jeremy Huggett: Critical use and re-use of archaeological data

Keith May: Archaeological fieldwork and re-use

Bryony Moody: Re-use of digital excavation data

Tim Evans: Does the data define the user community?

Holly Wright: Trust and re-use

Keynote by Ixchel Faniel: The Secret Life of Data project

Anne Austin and Sarah Kansa: The impact of digitization on reusable data within the SLO-data fieldwork

 

Wednesday 1 April

Practical aspects of the use and re-use of archaeological data 

Conclusions from Day 1 and Goals for Day 2: Holly Wright & Keith May

Keynote by Elton Barker and Sarah Middle (Open University): The user perspective: what data creators and managers should consider

Rimvydas Laužikas, Costis Dallas, Suzie Thomas, Ingrida Kelpšienė, Isto Huvila, Pedro Luengo, Helena Nobre, Marina Toumpouri & Vykintas Vaitkevičius: How and why people today engage with archaeological heritage and scholarly knowledge

Peter McKeague: Digital skeuomorphs – analogue practices in a digital age

Doug Tudhope: Some metadata challenges for reuse

 

Thursday 2 April

Use and Re-use of Scientific Data in Archaeology and Heritage (co-organised with SSHOC and UK-RIHS)

Introduction to SSHOC, Alejandra Albuerne

Introduction to SEADDA, and E-RIHS Heritage Science Data Curation Policy, Holly Wright

Challenges in practice: using molecular biology as a lens, Jessica Hendy

Best practice and tools for use and re-use, Scott Allan Orr

 

 

WG4 Exploratory Workshop Results!

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