ACRA Webinar: Data Preservation and Access in the Digital Age of CRM

07/29/2020 2:13 PM | ACRAsphere Blog Team

Data Preservation and Access in the Digital Age of CRM

August 13, 2020  | 2:00 - 3:30 PM (EST) |
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Over the past decade, archaeology fieldwork, lab processing, and analysis has changed dramatically, driven primarily by developments in technology, computing, and the internet. Online digital repositories are one tool that can help in the integration and successful analysis of data in this changing environment. To better facilitate data-use in the internet/Big-Data era, it is recommended that CRM practitioners incorporate digital archiving into their daily workflows.

Join us on August 13 at 2:00 pm EDT for Data Preservation and Access in the Digital Age of CRM. In this workshop, our expert providers will provide an overview and specific examples of the ways digital repositories can be used to improve your own operations, as well as enhancing research across broader archaeological contexts (i.e., “Grand Challenge” research). Case studies and examples using archaeological projects and collections in tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record) will be used as illustrations.

Space is limited, so register now to reserve your spot. As a reminder, we have implemented a firm-wide registration fee for ACRA members during the pandemic - once one person from a member firm registers, others can register for free. Contact us for information on subsequent registrations.

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