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. It also meant that we were able to record all the presentations and discussions, which can be found below, along with links to all the 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