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A presentation given by Anthony Beck to the Cambridge Archaeologists Forum. The forum mindmap is here: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/393477/MindMaps/InTray/CambridgeArchaeologistsForum290911.html

A presentation given by Anthony Beck to the Cambridge Archaeologists Forum. The forum mindmap is here: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/393477/MindMaps/InTray/CambridgeArchaeologistsForum290911.html

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  • 1. Using technologies to promote projects
    Anthony Beck, University of Leeds
    DART Project Champion
    Presentation on slideshareDARTProject
  • 2. Things to keep in mind
  • 3. Communication
    Photos
    Videos
    Presentations
    Publications
    References
    Knowledge
  • 4. Where is the data?
  • 5. Social Media is NOT mass communication
    ENGAGEMENT CONNECTION RELATIONSHIPS
  • 6.
  • 7. Authenticity
    + Transparency
    + Relevency
    =
    WHUFFIE
  • 8. Bringing it all together
    API
    RSS
    Content
    Consumers
    Re-use
  • 9.
  • 10.
  • 11. Exemplar - DART
    What are the best ways to employ the different sensors (a multi-sensor approach) for the greatest heritage return?
    In particular how do we improve the use of different sensors in regional/national prospection programmes?
    What are the best conditions (e.g. environmental, seasonal, weather, crop) for deployment?
  • 12. DART Open Science
    25 heritage, industry and academic partners
    The best way to keep everyone informed is to adopt an open science philosophy
    Wherever practicable all data will be in the public domain as soon as possible in accessible repositories
    Will allow the science to be dynamically shared with colleagues throughout the world
    Improve the scientific process
    Improve results
    Improve impact
    More WOW moments 
  • 13.
  • 14. TH: it’s about communication and engagement
    Fresh view: a conversation not a lecture
  • 15. TH: Impact, citations, profile
  • 16. TH: Serendipity
    Gaining new:
    Collaborators
    Opportunities
    Audiences
    Stakeholders
    Thinking
  • 17. TH: Licences determine everything
  • 18. TH: Creativity
  • 19. Data
  • 20. In practice
  • 21. Implications of silo-ed data
    X
    No synergy
    Cripples the knowledge frameworks
    Less effective
    Research
    Policy
    Impact
    Interpretation
    Synthesis
  • 22. The tree of knowledge
  • 23. The Future
    Open Data
    Open Access
    Open Science
    Open Policies
    Linked Data
    Semantic Web glues these together
  • 24. The present: Grey Literature
  • 25. Grey Literature
    Solution
    OA: http://library.thehumanjourney.net/
    WA: http://www.wessexarch.co.uk/reports
    Prof. Richard Bradley – Reading Uni
    http://www.nature.com/news/2010/100407/full/464826a.html
    Visited contract units
    Collated ‘grey literature’
    Transformed
    Theory and interpretative frameworks
    Understanding of Bronze Age settlement patterns and dynamics
    He unleashed the potential of Grey Literature
  • 26. Will we unlock the “Grey Data”?
  • 27. The Future: Linked Dynamic Data
    Archaeological knowledge acquisition is a dynamic process
    Dynamic feedback allows theories/practice to be tested or revised
    Interpretation
    Synthesis
  • 28. An archaeology of dynamic linked data
  • 29. Heritage: a complex tapestry
    Let’s keep it this way
  • 30. Things to keep in mind
  • 31. References
    Slideshare
    ~ Using Creative Commons & Social Media to Create, Share, Network and Build Your Personal Brand
    Flickr
    ~ Snowmen
    ~ Network
    ~ Magnetic Pieces
    ~ MicroFormats and Semantic Glue
    ~ Water Droplet
    ~ Ethics
    ~ Copyright
    ~ Access/Wikileaks
    ~ Data
    ~ Community
    ~ Coast