(Note: Cross-posted at Heritage Bytes)
The latest issue of Advances in Archaeological Practice includes a special section with five papers on the theme of “Digital Data Reuse in Archaeology.” These are some of the first studies to move beyond data preservation to explore what people are actually doing with shared archaeological data. Here is a list of the papers, with links to where you may download them from Advances. For those without access, we’ve also provided links to the authors’ self-archived versions, where available. Happy reading!
- Data Beyond the Archive in Digital Archaeology: An Introduction to the Special Section by Sarah Whitcher Kansa and Eric C. Kansa Published version; Open access version
- Reuse Remix Recycle: Repurposing Archaeological Digital Data, by Jeremy Huggett Published version; Open access version
- Beyond the Archive: Bridging Data Creation and Reuse in Archaeology, by Ixchel M. Faniel, Anne Austin, Eric Kansa, Sarah Whitcher Kansa, Phoebe France, Jennifer Jacobs, Ran Boytner and Elizabeth Yakel Published version; Open access version
- Sociotechnical Obstacles to Archaeological Data Reuse, by Adela Sobotkova Published version; Open access version
- A Standard for the Scholarly Citation of Archaeological Data as an Incentive to Data Sharing, by Ben Marwick and Suzanne E. Pilaar Birch Published version; Open access version
- Teaching Open Science: Published Data and Digital Literacy in Archaeology Classrooms, by Katherine Cook, Canan Çakirlar, Timothy Goddard, Robert Carl DeMuth, and Joshua Wells Published version; Open access version