Open Source Archaeology: Ethics and Practice

Bibliographic Information

Title

Open Source Archaeology: Ethics and Practice

Editor(s)

Wilson, Andrew T. and Edwards, Ben

Year of Publication

2015

Chapter Pages

160

Publisher Name

De Gruyter Open

Publisher Location

Warsaw/Berlin

Additional Information

Language

English

Source Type

Edited Volume

Notes

The edited volume is open access through De Gruyter Open. You can access the full text at this URL: https://www.degruyter.com/viewbooktoc/product/460080.

Open Archaeology: Denitions, Challenges and Context/ Benjamin Edwards and Andrew T. Wilson
Digital Haystacks: Open Data and the Transformation of Archaeological Knowledge / Jeremy Huggett
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Open Access, Open Data and Digital Preservation / Ray Moore and Julian Richards
Community-Driven Approaches to Open Source Archaeological Imaging / Gareth Beale and Nicole Beale
Open Source GIS Geospatial Software for Archaeology: Towards its Integration into Everyday Archaeological Practice / Hector Orengo
What was Published is as Important as How it was Published / Lolita Nikolova
Free and Open Source Software in Commercial and Academic Archaeology / Benjamin Ducke
Building the Bazaar: Enhancing Archaeological Field Recording Through an Open Source Approach / Shawn Ross, Brian Ballsun-Stanton, Adela Sobotkova and Penny Crook
Archaeological Experiences with Free and Open Source Geographic Information Systems and Geospatial Freeware: Implementation and Usage
Examples in the Compliance, Education, and Research Sectors / Joshua Wells, Christopher Parr and Stephen Yerka

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