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Digital Archaeological Data Collection and Archaeological Data Repositories: How Digital Environments are leading to a Convergence of Data Collection Standards
This paper discusses how the lack of standardized methods for on-site data collection has impacted the ability of archaeologists to preserve archaeological data and make it accessible for reuse. Repositories and databases, ...
Getting into the Digital Game: The Employment of Digital Curation and Digital Preservation in University Art Museums
Responding to a challenge set forth by Campus Art Museums in the 21st Century: A Conversation, this study provides a contemporary snapshot of digital curation and digital preservation practices in university art museums. ...
Information Dominance - Study on Potential for U.S. Army to share Historical Information with Online Audiences
This paper explores why the U.S. Army Center for Military History does not currently share its extensive museum collection online. It considers the regulatory, policy and legal issues that are commonly seen as limiting ...
Introduction to Research Data Management
(Purdue University Press, 2014)
The massive volume of research data in digital form, which has been increasing exponentially since the 1990s, poses new challenges in data management. However, it also provides new opportunities for cross-disciplinary ...