September 2017: Discovering England's Burial Spaces

Discovering England's Burial Spaces (DEBS), is a community led burial space research project, bringing together the ADS, Historic England and the Digital Creativity Labs, to develop and pilot a national database for burial spaces. The DEBS project will provide skills to new groups to improve access to the history and archaeology of their local area, whilst also building a national picture of our communal past. Find out more about the project here .

July 2017: Open Access Archaeology Fund ready to make its first award!

ADS and Internet Archaeology are happy to announce that our Open Access Archaeology Fund has now accrued enough funds to allow us to make our first award to an unfunded proposed archive or article. (Full details of eligibility can be found here).


May 2017: Digital Data & Archaeology Workshop

ADS, Historic England and the University of Leicester Heritage Practice Training Programme are please to announce the next digital Data and Archaeology course will be held this September. The course is aimed primarily at archaeology data creators and data curators operating in national agency and local authority heritage environments. However this course will also be of benefit to professionals working in commercial, independent and research environments and to community groups utilising and creating archaeological data.


April 2017: Complete our PUBLICAN survey!

The Archaeology Data Service and Internet Archaeology are working on an internal project concerning the current and ongoing impact of our activities on publication policy and practice in archaeology (for short, we've called it PUBLICAN). We would value just a few minutes of your time, to collect some thoughts and quotes about how what we do and how what we do has changed or is changing your practice.

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