[open-archaeology] Invitation to OKCon 2011 in Berlin

Jason Kitcat jason.kitcat at okfn.org
Mon Feb 21 12:43:57 UTC 2011


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From: Sarah Jones (HATII) <Sarah.Jones at glasgow.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 5:19 PM
Subject: Free seminar: Managing Archaeology Data, Glasgow, Mon 7th March
To: RESEARCH-DATAMAN at jiscmail.ac.uk

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Managing Archaeology Data and Documentation

Monday 7th March 2011, 10am-3pm (incl. lunch)

Where: Turnbull Hall, Southpark Avenue, University of Glasgow - Google
map: http://tiny.cc/turnbullhall

Cost: Free (yes, including lunch!)

Who’s it for: Archaeologists, postgraduate students, researchers,
staff and people who manage data

Register now at: http://tiny.cc/archaeologydata

On Monday 7th March, we will bring together researchers, postgraduate
students and curators to share ideas about how to manage archaeology

In the morning session, a panel of researchers and curators from
across the UK will give inspirational case studies about how they have
tackled data management challenges.

In the afternoon, experts from the University of Glasgow will provide
guidance on managing archaeology data and raise awareness of available
support and services.

A full programme is available on the registration page.

Join us on Monday 7th March at the University of Glasgow.
Archaeologists, postgraduate students, researchers, staff and data
managers all welcome!

Registration closes at 12 noon on Thursday 3rd March. For the full
programme and to register, please visit:

Any questions?  Please email Sarah Jones, at: sarah.jones[at]glasgow.ac.uk

This seminar is supported by the JISC Incremental project at the
University of Glasgow, which aims to help researchers across all
disciplines to manage and care for their research data and records.
Incremental’s website is at:

Preservation Researcher
(Incremental & Digital Curation Centre)

Tel: +44(0)141 3303549
Skype: sarah.jones.ahds
Web: http://www.gla.ac.uk/departments/hatii/staff/sarahjones

Jonathan Gray

Community Coordinator
The Open Knowledge Foundation


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