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Open Source Archaeology by Ben Edwards, Andrew T. Wilson

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Ray Moore and Julian Richards

Ray Moore: Archaeological Data Service, York, UK

Julian Richards: Archaeological Data Service, York, UK

3 Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Open Access, Open Data and Digital Preservation

3.1  Introduction

The increasing popularity and pervasiveness of open access and open data approaches within contemporary society continues to have a significant impact on the archaeological profession. A primary concern within these discussions has been the movement towards providing unrestricted access to the peer-reviewed textual content produced in the aftermath of archaeological research, particularly content published in scholarly journals, although other forms of written output (monographs, thesis, books, etc.) have become increasingly ...

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