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Attitudes to Digital Data Sharing within Archaeology

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Results and data

This survey is for users of digital archaeological data services. It is an attempt to gain a snapshot of the archaeological community’s current attitude towards certain digital data sharing practices and tools. How familiar are archaeologists with the practicalities and advantages of Open Access and Open Data practice? Is Linked Data a methodology that the community might consider using at some stage in the future? Or perhaps it is already very much in use today? Is there such a thing as the Semantic Web for archaeologists and if not, why not?

This survey has been compiled by Frank Lynam as part of his doctoral research as a member of the Digital Arts and Humanities PhD programme at Trinity College Dublin. When the survey closes by the end of March 2015, all entrants will be automatically entered into a draw for a €40 Amazon gift voucher and the results of the survey will also be made available on the linkedarc.net site as Open Data under a CC Attribution-ShareAlike license.

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Frank

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