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Access, Use/Reuse, and Preservation of Data and Information Using tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record)

Author(s): Francis McManamon ; Rachel Fernandez ; Leigh Anne Ellison

Year: 2017

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Summary

Like other public agencies, the US Army Reserve is responsible for the care of archaeological and cultural heritage resources on the facilities and land that they manage. Data and information about these resources also must be managed effectively for access, use, and sharing. This presentation illustrates how the tDAR repository is a tool that the US Army Reserve can use to meets its responsibilities. Use of tDAR also will make managing and using the data much more effective and efficient.

The attached file is a pdf document containing 20 Powerpoint slides that illustrated the presentation, plus additional slides relevant to the topic, but not used in the presentation..


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Access, Use/Reuse, and Preservation of Data and Information Using tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record). Francis McManamon, Rachel Fernandez, Leigh Anne Ellison. Presented at Army Reserve Mission Resilience and Sustainability (ARMRS), Arizona State University, Tempe campus. 2017 ( tDAR id: 439701) ; doi:10.6067/XCV83B62SP


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Heritage Management


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Contact(s): Leigh Anne Ellison


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20171026-USArmy-Reserve-CR-Intro-digital-curation_DA-tDAR-FPM-... 2.68mb Nov 15, 2017 11:11:05 AM Public
Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America