Wed 7 Apr 2010
Guide to Authors/Presentations
For the 2010 SAA / DDIG Electronic Symposium
Browse the items below (2 pages), or use the following links to go directly to an item. Comments are welcome.
Please visit us at the SAA meeting in St. Louis: Room 227 (AC), on Thursday from 10:45 AM–12:45 PM.
Sara Ayers-Rigsby. Issues of Access Does Publicly Available GIS Information Help or Hinder the Archaeological Record? (here).
Caroline Beebe. The Chau Hiix Archive: Principles, Problems, and Solutions. (here).
Mike Cannon, et al. The Milford Wind Corridor Project: Adventures in Digital Data Recovery Reporting. (here).
Lori M. Jahnke. Changing scholarly communication: the implications of granting copyright for born digital objects. (here).
Erik N. Johanson, et al. PIDBA: Challenges Related to the Curation and Dissemination of Paleoindian Data at a Hemispheric Scale. (here).
Eric C. Kansa and Joshua J. Wells. Quantity has a Quality all its Own: Archaeological Practice and the Role of Aggregation in Data Sharing. (here).
Christopher J. Parr. Keeping Things Simple: Archaeology, the Army, and “Lil’ Benny 2.0″. (here).
Julian Richards, et al. Digging into Data: Text mining of archaeological grey literature. (here).
Dean R. Snow. Making the Most of Cyberinfrastructure. (here).
Glenn Strickland. The Integration and Interpretation of Archaeological Data through Three Dimensional Multi-component Digital Spatial Modeling. (here).
Judith van der Elst and Heather Richards-Rissetto. Rethinking Digital Data Collection and Dissemination from a User Perspective. (here).
Willeke Wendrich. W.M. Keck Program in Digital Cultural Mapping at UCLA. (here).
Stephen J. Yerka, et al. Curing the Data: Managing Information Systems and Digital Data at Tennessee’s ARL. (here).