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Digital Antiquity

Discovery in the Library—Shifting Ground?

Helping users find content is one of the fundamental services that academic libraries have historically provided. As we have tracked in the Ithaka S+R survey of library deans and directors, it is also an area where there have been important and fast-moving changes.

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April 2014 issue available

The April 2014 (41.4) issue of Nestor is now available as a free download.

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Περιβάλλον και Πολιτισμός στη Φθιώτιδα

On 29-30 March 2014 a conference entitled Περιβάλλον και Πολιτισμός στη Φθιώτιδα χθες και σήμερα: Διεπιστημονική Διημερίδα was held in Lamia. Papers of interest to Nestor readers included:

Μ.-Φ. Παπακωνσταντίνου, “Αρχαιολογική και Παλαιογιωγραφική Έρευωνα στην Κοιλάδα του Σπερχειού (Α.Π.Ε.Κ.Σ.)”

Κ. Βουβαλίδης, “Παλαιοπεριβαλλοντικές μεταβολές στις Θερμοπύλες και στην περιοχή του προϊστορικού [...]

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The archaeological discovery of Therasia

On 8 April 2014 a conference entitled H αρχαιολογική ανακάλυψη της Θηρασίας το 1866 και το ιστορικό και επιστημολογικό της πλαίσιο. The archaeological discovery of Therasia in 1866 and its historical and epistemological context was held at the Σύλλογος Ελλήνων Αρχαιολόγων. The program was:

Ά. Μπούφαλης, “Τα αρχαιολογικά ευρήματα της [...]

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Digital Content

Exploring Computational Categorization of Records: A Conversation with Meg Phillips from NARA

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Continuing the insights interview series, I’m excited to share this conversation with Meg Phillips, External Affairs Liaison at the National Archives and Records Administration. A few years back we “un-chaired” CURATEcamp Processing: Processing Data/Processing Collections together. Meg wrote a guest post reflecting on that event for the Signal titled More Product, Less Process for Born-Digital [...]

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Digital Knowledge

Training content needed on OA, open data and open science

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Following a very positive response to FOSTER Call for Training events (we are now evaluating 45 proposals from 19 countries, and we will notify selected applicants before April 30th), FOSTER is calling for training content.

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Transition to Open Access – the case of Paladyn, Journal of Behavioral Robotics

Paladyn is a behavioral robotics journal now published online only. The journal began in 2010 and has already published 4 volumes. It is worth mentioning that behavioral robotics is a relatively narrow and new field, so it was not easy for Paladyn to gain readership. The first three volumes were published in collaboration with Springer [...]

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Digital Museums

Monday Musing: the Future of Education, Testing & the Common Core

Weekend before last I was in New Orleans, at the National School Boards Association conference. I was there to talk up the Alliances soon-to-be-released report “Building the Future of Education: Museums & the Learning Ecosystem” (more on that in a bit).Katherine Prince, who directs forecasting on the future of education for the KnowledgeWorks Foundation, was [...]

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Connecting with women from the past

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It was September 2013, my children were back at school and I was helping at  the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences. Sporting a rusty Geology Degree and a career in … Continue reading → (25)

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Best Practices for the Fruition and Promotion of Cultural Heritage

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Rome, 16 May 2014 The event, organised by EAGLE and Wikimedia Italia with the support of Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma, aims to serve as a platform for sharing knowledge and good practices while stimulating reflections on the role of digital technologies in the preservation and promotion of cultural digital heritage. [...]

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Newsletter of the International Anti-Corruption Academy

Critical Reviews on Latin American Research

Towson University Journal of International Affairs

Marine Research in Iceland

Journal of the Marine Research Institute (Iceland)

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