CAA-GR 2021 sessions: “Open Digital Archaeological Content in the Connected World: Curation and Stewardship” (16.4.2021)

The Greek Chapter of the Computer Applications & Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA-GR) in collaboration with the ARIADNEplus consortium (Advanced Research Infrastructure for Archaeological Dataset Networking in Europe – plus), the SEADDA network (Saving European Archaeology from the Digital Dark Age) and the CARARE association (Connecting Archaeology and Architecture in Europe), cordially invites you to attend an online roundtable session on Open Archaeological content curation and stewardship on April 16, 2021. The online roundtable session will address issues related to the accessibility of digital archaeological content and the effort required by heritage professionals and researchers to manage, structure, secure over the long term so as to make heritage digital assets available to the wider community at both local and international levels.

The invited speakers will have the opportunity to share their own experience on archaeological data stewardship and the Open Science strategy. They will further describe current policies and best practices towards digital content curation and showcase ongoing international research on archaeological data archiving, dissemination and reuse through the gradual integration of separate institutional and national archaeological data repositories and into larger content aggregators at the European and global level.

The presentations will be followed by a roundtable discussion, including a Q&A for the audience.

The presentations and discussion will be in English.

More information on the event and the presentations abstracts can be found in the on the CAA-GR website.

Registration is required and it is free. To register for the event click here.


Organizing Committee

Athos Agapiou, Cyprus University of Technology

Markos Katsianis, University of Patras

George Pavlidis, Athena-Research and Innovation Center in Information, Communication and Knowledge Technologies

Dorina Moullou, Ephorate of Antiquities of East Attica / Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports

Tuna Kalayci, Leiden University

Stella Sylaiou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

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