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Digital Antiquity announces Reports in Digital Archaeology, a series devoted to issues related to archaeological information, including:

  • research and practice in digital archiving of archaeological materials,
  • policy and other challenges facing the preservation of archaeological results,
  • advanced uses of tDAR,
  • research projects funded by the DA-tDAR Grants Program, and
  • major data accessions or partnerships.

If you are interested in submitting to Reports in Digital Archaeology, please contact Digital Antiquity.

Reports in Digital Archaeology: a Digital Antiquity Publication Series

NUMBER 1 Building tDAR: Review, Redaction, and Ingest of Two Reports Series, Joshua Watts

NUMBER 2 Policies, Preservation, and Access to Digital Resources: The Digital Antiquity 2010 National Repositories Survey, Joshua Watts

Federal Laws and Regulations Requiring Curation of Digital Archaeological Documents and Data


CHP Legal Analysis: Full Report

Case Studies

Using tDAR to Manage Legacy and New Archaeological Documents and Data, the Phoenix Area Office of the Bureau of Reclamation

Other Publications

Guidance to Ensure Proper Curation of Digital Archaeological Records