Data modeling and reuse project receives NEH grant

Publié le 3 mars 2016, par Thérèse Hameau

OCLC Research joins colleagues from Stanford University, the University of Michigan and the Institute for Field Research (IFR) in assisting the Alexandria Archive Institute (AAI) on a three-year data modeling and reuse project that has been funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).

This longitudinal study of archaeological data creation, management and reuse practices in three geographical areas (North Africa, Europe, and South America) will investigate data quality and modeling requirements for reuse by a larger research community. The project, which launched 1 January 2016, will improve the quality of information collected during archaeological excavations across the globe, preserve this information, and share it with the public.


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