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Monday, 9 December 2013

Reflections on a digital past...

The abstracts have started to come in for Digital Past 2014, and the first to be featured on our BlogSpot is from Judith Winters. Judith is the editor of Internet Archaeology, the foremost e-journal for archaeology. Internet Archaeology has been publishing on the web since 1996, making academic content available and exploring the potential of electronic publication through video, audio, searchable data sets, visualisation, animation and interactive mapping. Internet Archaeology is hosted by the University of York, and all content is fully archived by the Archaeology Data Service.


Judith will be talking about Internet Archaeology and sharing her experiences over the last eighteen years. The paper will look at the e-journal through a digital lens, casting an eye over the initiatives, the landmarks, the highs (and lows) of editing, publishing and preserving Internet Archaeology. Given the changing landscape of scholarly publishing, standards and technology, the rise of open access and the growing trends in data sharing and integration, Judith will also be giving her thoughts on the future for digital publishing in archaeology.


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