A new digital dark age? Collaborative web tools, social media and long term preservation

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Jeffrey, Stuart;

This paper examines the impact of exciting new approaches to open data sharing, collaborative web tools and social media on the sustainability of archaeological data. The archiving, reuse and re-analysis of data is often considered intrinsic to archaeological practice, ... View more
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