The Alexandria Archive Institute (AAI) is a non-profit entity working to improve research and teaching through innovative uses of the Web.
Our work aims for greater breadth and depth of scholarly understanding: breadth resulting from open accessibility; and depth from the sharing of primary content, information that rarely sees dissemination. This promotes transparency in the research process, innovative reuses of data, and broad-scale collaborative research.
The AAI undertakes a range of projects, funded primarily by government and private foundation grants. The primary focus of our work is Open Context, an open access Web-based publication system for archaeology and other field sciences. In addition to this long-term project, we are involved in other collaborative undertakings.
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The Alexandria Archive Institute is a California-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
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